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Last fall, the New York Times ran an article highlighting the growth and expansion of dual immersion programs across New York city These programs often attract attention because they provide opportunities for native English speakers to learn a second language and have grown increasingly popular. They identified 10 schools across the city that had eliminated or reduced their bilingual education programs within the past five years and interviewed principals, assistant principals, and teachers to get a better understanding of their decision making process.
This course provides a study of the delivery of differentiated instruction for diverse learners to include Bilingual Education/ESL, Gifted & Talented, Migrant, Special Education, 504, Career & Technology Education (CATE), and other special programs.
McQuillan and Tse (in press) reviewed publications appearing between 1984 and 1994, and reported that 87 percent of academic publications supported bilingual education, but newspaper and magazine opinion articles tended to be antibilingual …Read More
Bilingual Education aims at providing a quality, innovative and motivating bilingual environment for toddlers and children. The Bilingual Education Program in Meriden continues to be transitional in nature. More understanding on the part of administrators of the special challenges facing bilingual students. Commercial publishers of books, written with Spanish and English appearing side-by-side, introduce bilingual skills, increase language and learning abilities and heighten awareness of many cultures.
Bilingual education” is the use of two languages as media of instruction for a child or a group of children in part or all of the school curriculum (Cohen 1975, p. 18). Many schools are bilingual in the regional language as well as Castilian at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Our guide explores approaches to bilingualism in schools and outlines our support for bilingual practice. A politically powerful bureaucracy continues to promote these programs for ideological reasons, for higher school funding and …Read More