Multilingual Students and the Science of Reading: Insights From a Roundtable Symposium
The science of reading, a wide body of research that tells us how the human brain learns to read, provides key insight into how teachers can best assist their students with literacy. But one important demographic has not been studied enough in this literacy research: Emergent Bilinguals, or students learning English. To address this gap, we sat down with literacy experts and language acquisition specialists at a roundtable symposium. Download this Education Insight to learn more about how the experts think we can improve Emergent Bilingual education.
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