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Nurturing Our Nation’s Multilingual Talent from Birth

Have you ever heard that children get confused when learning two languages? Sadly, many Latinos have heard this misconception, even though research shows the...

Breaking Down the Monolingual Wall V: Collaborate to Thrive

Let’s Start Here Educator collaboration is an essential component...

Paving Pathways for Multilinguals

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

Building Bonds

Social–emotional learning’s (SEL’s) reach has expanded significantly over the past decade and has especially accelerated during the last few years. High-quality SEL can support...

Implementing a Bilingual Authorization Program

In Fall 2022, Whittier College’s Teacher Education program launched their online bilingual authorization program (BILA). In year 1, the program was initially fully asynchronous,...

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...

New America and SEAL to Co-host Webinar about Science of Reading...

Concerns have been raised that methodologies based on the Science of Reading may negatively impact English Learners (ELs). On February 8, New America and SEAL...

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...

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...
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