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Project Seeks to Preserve Syriac

Texas A&M University historian Dr. Daniel Schwartz and likeminded colleagues from around the world have been working to help preserve Syriac and its 2,000...

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Framing Authentic Development in Spanish

As the number of multilingual learners continues to...

Valuing Local Forms of French

French language and Francophone culture are global and—as the world evolves—renewed manifestations of language and culture stand positioned to grow in influence and...

Breaking Down the Monolingual Wall

There couldn’t be a better time for...

Students at the Center

All educators are teachers...

Educating Students about the Lived Experience in Canada

Schools across Canada have recognized National Day of Truth and Reconciliation for two years to incorporate the legacy of residential schools into the classroom....

World Readiness for a World in Conflict

Not long ago, my husband and I were in our kitchen discussing the news of escalating conflict in Gaza when he asked an unexpectedly...

Building Interpreter and Translator Networks

During the past decade, interpreter and translator services...

Breaking Down the Monolingual Wall

There couldn’t be a...

A Bilingual Path to Literacy Success

I have been the principal at Georgia Brown...

Unlocking the Vietnamese Language: A Student’s Perspective in Saigon

Vietnam—the land of delicious food, viral-worthy motorcycle traffic, immense history, and… language classes? Learning Vietnamese is definitely not on the radar for many language...

From Advocate to Activist: One Teacher’s Journey

Classroom teacher: “That kid from Africa. He’s suspended...

Saqarik

Juan does a double take when I mention Joyabaj. “¿De veras?” he asks. We’d been chatting about my recent trip to Guatemala as he...

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