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Engaging Dual Language Learner Families in Their Children’s Early Education.

Published Year
2022
Resource Type
Brief
Target Audience(s)
Family Liaisons
Educators of English Learners
Early Childhood Educators
Early Childhood Program Administrators

Using data from the First 5 California DLL Pilot Study, this brief presents a snapshot of the family engagement strategies used in early learning and care programs serving infant, toddler, and preschool-age DLLs across the state.

Bilingual Education and America’s Future: Evidence and Pathways

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Brief
Target Audience(s)
Educational Leaders
Dual Language/Bilingual Educators
Policy makers
State Education Agencies

This paper looks at the next 25 years of education and policy making regarding students classified as English learners (EL).

My Classroom: North Carolina, USA.

Published Year
2021
Resource Type
Journal
Target Audience(s)
English Learner Teachers
Administrators
Instructional Coaches

Learn how Youa Thao teaches English and does much, much more at a school in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg district. The article explains how the school district’s support system works and describes Ms.

Making “Small Waves of Change”: Dual Language and General Education Teacher Transformation through Instructional Coaching

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Journal
Target Audience(s)
Administrators
Educational Leaders
Elementary Educators
Researchers

This multisite qualitative case study explores ways in which instructional coaching focused on English language development (content)and teachers’ individual beliefs (process) can help general education and dual language bilingual education elementary teachers work within and through perceived in

Sources of individual differences in the dual language development of heritage bilinguals

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Journal
Target Audience(s)
Families
Educators of Bilingual Students
Language Researchers

Bilingual children are a more heterogenous group than their monolingual counterparts with respect to the sources of variation in their language learning environments, as well as the wide individual variation in their language abilities.