In a study of the Houston Independent School District, English-language learners in two-way dual-language programs had higher Spanish reading scores and consistently higher English performance in grade 5 than their ELL peers who were not in dual...
Imagine facing a serious learning challenge such as autism or intellectual disability, then being taught only in a foreign language. That is the reality facing most Oregon students with disabilities who come from non-English-speaking backgrounds.
For the first time, Washington state offers its high school graduates the chance to earn a Seal of Biliteracy, a new credential that shows they've mastered a language that they've learned at school or at home.
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