Tag: education

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....

Québec Raises Fees and French Standards

Québec is once again tightening French language laws across different sectors. Prospective and enrolled university students in Quebec are particularly concerned, as they may...

OELA Regains Management of Title III Funds

Last month, management of...

Make Hay before the Sun Sets

The sun is shining on language education in the US, and 2024 could turn out to be a pivotal year for the creation of...

Chinese Government Pledges Support for Promotion of Mandarin Worldwide

In Beijing, a senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official has pledged support for ongoing efforts to maintain Chinese language education internationally, and to...

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...

No Benefit to Segregating English Learners

Grouping English learners (ELs) together in classrooms has no impact—positive or negative—on reading development for elementary school students, according to a new study by...

California Bill to Battle Bilingual Teacher Shortage

Working to support bilingual students in one of...

The North Star of Leadership

Despite one of the most brutal winter storms...

World LEAP Act Introduced Establishing Language Education Grants Program

This month America’s Languages Caucus Co-Chair, Representative Jimmy Panetta (D-CA), plans to introduce the World Language Education Assistance Program (LEAP).  The bill would ensure a...
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