Hindi is the 4th most commonly spoken language in homes with school-aged children in the U.S.
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Article by Libia S. Gil, Assistant Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Education, Office of English Language Acquisition
This year the nation will commemorate two historic actions taken to protect equal rights: the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education and the Civil Rights Act.
We are left with an important question: Has the promise of Brown and the Civil Rights Act been fulfilled?
Second-generation, Asian-American families and interracial families are seeking resources to preserve their language and heritage for their children.
As a record number of undocumented children from Central America flows across the U.S.-Mexico border without a parent or guardian, federal officials are scrambling to provide basic services to these youth.
Five separate assessment groups are asking school districts and students to test drive an array of new exams designed to measure students' command of the common-core standards.