Glasgow, Scotland, residents who are new speakers of Gaelic appear to have an accent that varies from the traditional Gaelic.
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A New York elementary school located on the territory of the Tuscarora Nation has the tribe's language and culture as part of the school day.
Registration is now open for this annual convention. In 2016 TESOL International Association will celebrate its 50th anniversary in Baltimore, Maryland. CAL is proud to be a sponsor of this event.
CAL is saddened by the passing of Benedict Anderson, a major force in the fields of Nationalism and Southeast Asian studies.
Educators in a Maryland school district are sharing the responsibility of teaching literacy to students across subject areas, including math and science.
This article addresses how immigrant communities create hybrid languages.
Although more than 7,000 languages are spoken globally, some are dying every year and outside forces, such as climate change, could affect the world's most linguistically diverse regions.
Dual language programs have expanded to more than 2,000 schools nationwide as research shows its academic benefits for students who are English language learners and native English speakers.
The Aleut Community of St. Paul's Office of Cultural Affairs in Alaska is leading an effort to revive the Aleut or Unangam Tunuu language.
A Wisconsin district will offer dual immersion classes to kindergartners at 10 elementary schools with the goal of reducing the time it will take English language learners to become proficient in English.