Third-graders in a Spanish immersion program at a Montana elementary school recently performed bilingual plays based on legends and stories they created after studying Native American storytelling.
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The DC Public Charter School Board released waitlist data for the 2018-19 academic year that shows that dual language are the schools with the longest wait lists.
CAL is saddened by the passing of our valued colleague and friend, Dr. Olga Kagan, one of the country's leading specialists on second language acquisition and heritage language teaching.
Dr. Jonathan Rosa, Stanford University, named this year's recipient of the Charles A. Ferguson Award for Outstanding Scholarship.
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.
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.