This commentary examines how teacher career pathways are extending to high school settings to engage bilingual students and students of color to consider teaching as a career option.
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A Kansas elementary school with a student body that speaks more than 50 languages is helping refugee and immigrant students learn English and adjust to going to school in the U.S.
An Alabama school district is adding to its world languages program to build global competency and language skills in students.
An Iowa school district has expanded its newcomers program to middle school to help incoming English language learners.
California has awarded grants to some districts and county education offices to hire more bilingual teachers to meet demand in growing language programs.
The International Baccalaureate program has grown during the past 50 years - starting as a program for students in elite international schools to a growing list of more than 1,800 public and private schools worldwide.
This commentary provides answers to frequently asked questions about test development from CAL's assessment specialists.
Three schools in a Texas district are piloting a program that uses a one-way dual language approach to bilingual education.
The brains of bilingual people turn off one language system before turning on the second one when they change languages, according to a recently published study.
More than half of K-12 students in New Jersey are learning a world language, ranking it highest among US states, according to a recent report.