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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....

Breaking Down the Monolingual Wall

There couldn’t be a better time for the new book Breaking Down the Monolingual Wall: Essential Shifts for Dual Language Success (Corwin Press) to...

Students at the Center

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Can Minority Serving Institutions Solve the Teacher Shortage Crisis?

“You may find some superficial changes in terms of science books where you see more Black kids or Native American kids in the chapters,...

International Students Returning to US

Last month, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) released the latest version of the SEVIS by the Numbers report, which provides us with...

Liberating Language-Instruction Education Programs

(August 2023) Ayanna Cooper interviews Keena Flournoy White about her role as a school leader who serves multilingual learners in Harlem, New York

Climbing the HILL Together

LEP? ELL? ML? What’s in a Name? Popular belief has held and continues to hold the image of the teacher of English language learners/multilingual...

­­­Immigration: Bringing Backgrounds to the Foreground

Immigration is one of the most complex phenomena...

Listen to the Bilingual Science!

Two years ago, we (Dual Language Education of...

Building Biliteracy

Transfer is important in all learning, but it...

Bienvenidos

We are overjoyed to be back in Salamanca for the 105th AATSP Annual Conference. Salamanca is a perfect place for us to acknowledge history...

Making (Language) Data CUTE:Comprehensible, Usable,Timely, and Empowering – Part I

(July 2023) Ayanna Cooper explains how we need the right data as a tool for equitable instruction

Teaching Heritage Speakers

In the US, “heritage speakers” are students who...

SEL Assessment Doesn’t Translate

As well as learning academically, today’s students are learning their place in the world, who they are, and how to make and nurture friendships....

To Cue or Not to Cue: Is That the Question?

Whenever we hear an educator begin a statement...

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