Best Practices To Support Emergent Bilingual Students This School Year—And Beyond
- Alice Garcia from the Louisiana Department of Education discusses the benefits of creating an EL advisory panel for educators.
- Ignacio Ruiz, an assistant superintendent in Las Vegas, explains how creating classes and resources for parents can lead to better outcomes.
- Ester De Jong, a professor in culturally and linguistically diverse education, offers simple ways to make your school a more welcoming environment.
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