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June 2016

Crossing the Dividing Line The promise that educational technology would be the key to closing the achievement gap between middle-class white students and less-affluent minority...

May 2016

No Student Is an Island Globalization is here to stay, like it or not, so all of our educational systems should strive to produce graduates...

July 2017

Inside Language Magazine July 2017 Issue The Case for Comprehensible Input Stephen Krashen provides the evidence to support his hypothesis of second-language acquisition Being Multilingual:...

March Edition

In this issue: Helping Academic English Learners Develop Productive Word Knowledge Dr. Kate Kinsella offers evidence-based instructional practices to advance students’ verbal and written command of critical...

October 2016 Issue Out Now

What’s the Secret? Jennifer Helfand  verses on the ‘musts’ of language learning Crucial Connections Diane Barone encourages parents and teachers to work together to support English...

September 2016

In Our September Issue:  Stressing Classy Communication Margo Gottlieb and Gisela Ernst-Slavit know that academic language is important for all students and essential for English language...

January 2008

Vote for a Change As we enter 2008, there is a sense of optimism in the U.S despite ongoing international conflicts and gloomy economic...

February 2008

An Educational Stimulus It now seems inevitable that the U.S. economy will go into recession over the next year. Economic analysts will disagree about the...

March 2008

Redrawing the Political Langscape Now that the Republicans have chosen their Presidential candidate and the Democratic contest is reaching its climax, political analysts across...

April 2008

Entrepreneurial Educators As the specter of recession looms large in government accounting offices nationwide, and lawmakers, confronted with the “unexpected” prospect of diminishing tax revenues,...