In a wide-ranging report on the state of education for ELLs, one theme is consistent: The nation's public schools must devote more resources and research to educating students who aren't native English speakers.
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December 07, 2016
The U.S.- and foreign-born children grow up learning English in school while also hearing and speaking one of more than 350 languages used in the United States at home.
December 01, 2016
An Arizona-based WestEd study found that long-term English-language learners struggled to graduate within four years of entering 9th grade.
October 12, 2016
A National Center for Education Statistics survey captures a snapshot of the programs and services available to English-language learners enrolled in the nation's public high schools.
September 23, 2016
The guidance, which is non-binding, covers a range of fiscal and monitoring issues in Title III.
July 11, 2016
A recent alum of the Harvard Graduate School of Education is developing a lesson-sharing website specifically for teachers of English-language learners.
June 06, 2016
States and schools often have trouble drawing distinctions between English-learner students who struggle with the language and those who have learning disabilities.
May 02, 2016
An Associated Press investigation found the migrant students were barred from enrolling in K-12 schools, kept out of class for months, or sent to alternative programs that are deemed inferior.
March 04, 2016
In a videotaped address to National Association of Bilingual Education members, John B. King Jr. touted the potential benefits of the Every Student Succeeds Act for ELLs.