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PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS

How Illinois is Rethinking Data to Track English Learner Success

A New America report examines Illinois' proposed policies to improve data systems for English learners.

PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
How Illinois is Rethinking Data to Track English Learner Success

A New America report examines Illinois' proposed policies to improve data systems for English learners.


PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Making State Report Cards Work for English Learners

Leaders should improve state report cards for English learners in several, key ways.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Finding the Sweet Spot for English Learner Reclassification

A new report sheds light on the time it takes English learners to attain English proficiency.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
New Guide Supports Key Advancements In Dual Language Education

The newest edition of a widely-used resource can help dual language programs evaluate and improve.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Lessons from Chula Vista on Dual Language Program Expansion

A new report describes how Chula Vista expanded dual language immersion programs despite California's English-only law.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Engaging the Local Community in Dual Language Immersion Program Development

A new report highlights how Westminster School District engaged the local community to help develop their Vietnamese dual language program.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Seventeen Years Later: The Persistence of Structured English Immersion in Arizona

Arizona has spent 17 years offering nothing but English-language instruction to multilingual kids. How's it working?


EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, PREK-12 EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
New Reports Outline Early Learning Policies for Dual Language Learners

The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) published new reports taking stock of early learning policies for DLLs.


EARLY & ELEMENTARY EDUCATION and DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Rethinking the Word Gap

A new study finds word gap acceptance among teachers has consequences for low-income Latinx students.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Partnership Helps Expand Pre-K Dual Immersion Opportunities in Arizona

Two Arizona districts launch dual immersion pre-K programs. Evelyn Baca explores early implementation lessons.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Leveraging School District and University Partnerships to Grow the Bilingual Teacher Pipeline

Two new reports from New America highlight how school district and university partnerships can help reduce the bilingual teacher shortage.


DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS
DACAmented Teacher on DACA: ‘The Fight Continues’

President Trump has called to rescind DACA, forcing Congress to decide the fate of 800,000 young people, including DACAmented teachers.