Educators in one California school district have worked tirelessly to ensure they are able to reach, engage and excite English Language Learners like never before and their efforts are paying off.
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Ester J. de Jong, professor of ESOL/Bilingual Education at the University of Florida, discusses how bilingual programs support all language learners.
With language skills becoming ever more important, the author looks at whether there is a genetic component to language learning ability.
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.
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.
This blog post highlights three professional development models for developing teacher capacity to serve English learners.
Dual-language programs can help English-language learners achieve proficiency in a new language and foster confidence in their language skills.
Budget cuts, low enrollments, and teacher shortages mean the country is falling behind the rest of the world.