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Paving Pathways for Multilinguals

Career and technical education (CTE) courses and programs...

Teaching Cooperatively across Borders

“Magandang umaga! Kumusta kayo, mga bata?” “¡Buenos días!”...

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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...

The Mexican American

Originally published in June 2007, Language Magazine is republishing this article in memoriam of the activist, artist, and author, Herman Sillas. I had gone...

You All Belong Here

You know that feeling when you enter a room and instantly realize there is a meeting happening and you were not invited? Think about...

Recognizing Language Disorders in Multilingual Children

Communication is a human right, in any and all languages. Children of all backgrounds start communicating from birth, though this communication looks and sounds...

Dyslexia Legislation Only Gets Us So Far

In October, education communities across the country recognized Dyslexia Awareness Month. The National Institute of Health and Yale University found approximately one in five...

Building Capacity FOR Collaboration and THROUGH Collaboration

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

The Future of Learning

Artificial intelligence (AI) is creating exciting new opportunities...

Acting UP

When I signed up for an improv theater...

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