Apply to participate in the 2019-20 ACTFL mentoring program. Two tracks are available and pairs are matched on language, level, and skill.
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A Texas school district wants to offer fewer services to elementary students who are learning English, because the community's refugee and immigrant population has decreased.
Dr. Nancy Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania, was recently honored as this year's recipient of the Charles A. Ferguson Award for Outstanding Scholarship.
Researchers from CAL and the University of Wisconsin-Madison invite you to participate in a study with the goal of understanding language practices used across bilingual programs.
Students at a public-charter school in Georgia - the first Japanese-English dual-language immersion school in the state - are learning to be "global citizens."
Teachers and students at an Iowa high school recently participated in a professional-development session in which educators listened to students share feedback about various topics.
What people perceive about the world through the five senses may be affected by an individual's spoken language, according to a recent study.
The TIRF 2019 Doctoral Dissertation Grants Competition is now open and accepting applications from qualified doctoral candidates for proposals related to a range of topics in English language education.
Over 160 world language advocates gathered in the nation’s Capitol to meet with members of Congress for Language Advocacy Day, an annual summit of administrators, educators, and language industry leaders.
Students in an ethnic studies class at a California high school have recorded video clips of themselves as they spoke words and phrases in their first languages.