One of the three pillars of Dual Language Education is sociocultural competence. Sociocultural competence involves being able to fight for injustices and work across the aisle with those whose identities
We all know that Dual Language Education (DLE) programs are the only language-acquisitions programs that are research-proven to close the opportunity gap for our Emergent Bilinguals (Thomas & Collier, 2017).
This year’s online GADII will feature a full day of web-based learning and networking opportunities for DLI teachers from across the nation to participate in, including a virtual keynote and
By Marga Marshall I am the proud principal of Holbrook Language Academy (HOLA) School, a Regional Magnet School, located in Concord, CA. Involving our parents and community in our Two
By Bill Rivers Last week, the US Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona, testified before the House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services,
By Dr. Kris Nicholls: As we look forward to a time when we can again safely gather together with our students and return to face-to-face instruction, there are many questions
By Bill Rivers “The New Normal.” We hear it so often that the phrase loses meaning. For emerging bilinguals and their families, the COVID-19 crisis poses additional challenges, as school
For our February Book of the Month, we are pleased to showcase the wonderful, raw words of Nury Castillo Crawford. Nury is the author of the bilingual children’s book, 3,585