Educators and teaching artists have come together in San Diego schools to demonstrate how theater games and creative movement activities in early grades can help children improve their English language fluency.
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In New Jersey, the Seal of Biliteracy pilot program encourages students to become fluent in multiple languages and helps expand college, career options.
In a new paper, two linguists examine the workings of 'yes' and 'no' and show that understanding them leads to new insights concerning the understanding of questions and statements more generally.
Quebec and New York City form partnership to foster language learning.
A new law and funding in Connecticut could help recruit more bilingual teachers.
Implementation of the Common Core State Standards has been challenging for some educators who teach English language learners.
A nationwide team of pediatric researchers are putting together a library of brain scans to help researchers explore how children's brains develop over time.
In part two of this blog post Q&A, a panel of experts offer suggestions on ways to encourage teachers who face the challenge of providing support for English language learners.
The biggest changes in reading instruction in the coming year center on embedding literacy across all subjects a student studies during the school day.
In part one of this blog post Q&A, a panel of experts offer suggestions on ways to encourage teachers who face the challenge of providing support for English language learners.