A New York state school district has hired more than 100 teachers and 50 specialists who speak up to four languages to help support the educational needs of its growing student population.
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Insights on K-12 study abroad student experiences and associated outcomes are shared in this blog post.
This document highlights the work of Dr. Jonathan Rosa who introduces a raciolinguistic framework as a way to interrogate the language gap and other deficit perspectives.
Congratulations to CAL President Joel Gómez on receiving the NABE 2018 Ramón Santiago Award. Named for the founder of NABE, the award represents career-long contributions to bilingual education, mother tongue education and social justice.
A Dakota language immersion school for Early Head Start and preschool-age children in Minnesota will open in June to introduce the language to a new generation of speakers.
A California elementary school this fall will be the first in its district to start a Hmong language immersion program.
CAL Commentary: How Can the U.S. Overcome its Linguistic Deficit? The Findings of Two National Reports on Language Learners
This document highlights information from two recent research reports outlining the benefits of bilingualism.
CAL is proud to commemorate Black History Month by highlighting selected resources and online information that honor the linguistic legacy that generations of African Americans have contributed to our nation’s cultural milieu.
The Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center has announced the publication of Useful Assessment and Evaluation in Language Education, which includes two chapters resulting from work at CAL.
Dr. Jing Wei has been appointed as book review editor for Assessing Writing, a refereed international journal providing a forum for ideas, research and practice on the assessment of written language.
CAL researchers are working on a three-year grant, funded by the International Research & Studies program of the U.S. Department of Education, to document the characteristics of successful dual language education programs.
The TIRF 2018 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.
Dr. José Medina, Director of Global Language and Culture Education at CAL and with connections to EPISD, returned home last week to train principals and other educators on strategies to strengthen the innovative bilingual education program at their campuses.
Join the LINCS community for this informative one-hour webinar on the recently published study on teaching writing to adult English learners on Friday, March 2, 2018 at 1:00 pm ET.
LAUSD Partners with CAL to Develop English Learner Master Plan to Promote Multilingualism for All Students
CAL has partnered with L.A. Unified School District to collaborate on a new English Learner Master Plan for the district to provide the most effective programs, services, practices and policies for English learners to succeed.
This blog post addresses ideas for how educators can use cultural practices that draw from the arts, music and traditions to enrich language learning beyond words.
New York City's Education Department recently announced that 33 bilingual prekindergarten programs will be added in the 2018-19 school year, including Bengali and Russian for the first time.
Bilingualism may improve task-switching skills for students with autism, a study suggests.
CAL is pleased to announce the launch of its new CAL Solutions website designed to provide a convenient portal to information about CAL’s wide range of service offerings.
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.