Bilingualism may improve task-switching skills for students with autism, a study suggests.
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Dual language students at a Wisconsin elementary school recently celebrated the release of a 34-page trilingual children's book about the Ho-Chunk Nation that they helped create.
Bilingual students are serving as their school's language ambassadors, a role in which they serve as interpreters to help immigrants, foreign visitors and English language learners.
In this blog post Dr. José L. Medina, Director of Dual Language and Bilingual Education at CAL, shares his experience as an English learner entering school.
An Oregon school district's dual language immersion program has expanded into high school now that its first class of students have reached ninth grade.
Ireland plans to increase the number of students who are studying two foreign languages as part of a 10-year strategy.
The brain can process language faster when there are shorter distances between words that depend on each other for meaning, according to a study.
This blog post addresses the importance of the 3 Pillars of Dual Language education.
The US State Department's Foreign Service Institute has mapped the difficulty of some languages to give an idea of how much time is needed for English language speakers to learn them.