Language classes at a school in Chicago have transitioned from a traditional grade-level-based approach to a proficiency-based learning model that groups students according to their abilities.
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Bilingual speakers can demonstrate greater emotional detachment in a second language.
Many states' plans for educating English language learners under ESSA fall short of equity and send clear signals on how they value the educational progress of the students, an analysis finds.
CAL Commentary: How Can the U.S. Overcome its Linguistic Deficit? The Findings of Two National Reports on Language Learners
This document highlights information from two recent research reports outlining the benefits of bilingualism.
This blog post addresses ideas for how educators can use cultural practices that draw from the arts, music and traditions to enrich language learning beyond words.