Only one in 10 Hispanic high school dropouts gets a General Educational Development credential, compared with two in ten African-American dropouts and three in ten white dropouts


In the new Administrator's Guide to Federal Programs for English Learners, Ellen Forte and Molly Baulkner-Bond have put together in one place lots of answers to questions educators might have about federal programs for ELLs.


We've got more data on English-language learners nationally than ever before but we still can't tell if school districts are improving in how they educate such students.


The Portland, Ore., school district has convinced Oregon officials that it has femedied or will remedy the problems with its programs that caused the state to withhold the district's federal funds for English-language acquisition.


A program that provides online courses to English-language learners in Spanish while they learn English is continuing to gain a foothold in Texas public schools.


English-language learners are underrepresented in New York City's charter schools, a study shows.


Fairfax County won't provide summer school for English-learners this summer. Rather, it will offer online English lessons.


A case study about how one school poorly implemented "response to intervention" raises red flags about whether it's a good approach for English-language learners.


Answer Sheet points to a study that suggests Arizona education officials might be making a mistake by calling for teachers with accents to be removed from classrooms with English-language learners.


EdWeek will be hosting a free live Web chat at 2 p.m. Eastern time on how to implement response to intervention for English-learners.


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