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October 05, 2015

Founder of ELL School Network to Step Down

Claire Sylvan founded the New York City-based Internationals Network for Public Schools in 2004. Her deputy director, Joseph Luft, will take the reins.

September 22, 2015

Ed. Department Project to Focus on Newly Arrived English-Language Learners

The how-to guide will mark the latest federal effort to provide an equitable education for ELLs, the largest-growing segment of the United States' public school population.

September 21, 2015

Study: Children With Deported, Detained Parents Face Early Educational Obstacles

A new report from the Urban Institute and Migration Policy Institute details social-emotional, health-related and financial hardships that children with deported or detained immigrant parents face.

August 05, 2015

Access to Education Remains a Challenge for New York ELLs, Report Finds

A new study found that unaccompanied minors encounter obstacles when trying to register for K-12 classes in New York City, because there is not support available for English-language learners at many neighborhood schools.

July 21, 2015

When Should ELL Test Results Matter Under the ESEA?

It's an issue to watch as Congress rewrites the Elementary and Secondary Education Act--and as states are approved for waiver renewals under the current law.

October 24, 2013

Grade Placement Affects Math Performance for Immigrant ELLs, Study Says

Placing older immigrant English-learners in lower grades can boost their long-term math performance, a new study finds.

May 26, 2010

N.Y.C. District Urged to Do More for ELLs Who Missed School

New York City's department of education should create a more comprehensive plan for the identificiaton and education of students with interrupted formal schooling, or SIFE.


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