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- 6 Facts about English Learners in U.S. Public Schools
- iDod Fact Sheets: Data on immigrants, customized for you
- The School-to-Deportation Pipeline
- Joining Together to Create a Bold Vision for Next-Generation Family Engagement: Engaging Families to Transform Education
- Video Snapshot: See How One Monolingual Teacher Supports Many Dual Language Learners!
INTERACTIVE FACT SHEET
6 Facts about English Learners in U.S. Public Schools
There were nearly 5 million English language learners in U.S. public schools in fall 2015, according to the most recent available data from the National Center for Education Statistics. This represented 9.5% of U.S. public school enrollees, an increase from 8.1% in 2000. View fact sheet…
iDod Fact Sheets: Data on immigrants, customized for you
Immigration Data on Demand (iDod) provides academics, policy-makers, and the public with unbiased and objective information related to immigrants and immigration in the United States. This service is provided, free of charge, to help individuals and institutions examine the immigrant populations of their particular geography. From George Mason University. View resource…
The School-to-Deportation Pipeline
As immigration enforcement becomes more aggressive, schools have become increasingly risky places for undocumented students. From Teaching Tolerance. View resource…
Joining Together to Create a Bold Vision for Next-Generation Family Engagement: Engaging Families to Transform Education
Commissioned by Carnegie Corporation of New York this report is intended to spark a conversation around the power of family, school, and community engagement. The paper begins with a challenge, namely: How do we work with families and communities to co-create the next generation of family and community engagement, providing equitable learning pathways—both in and out of school and from birth to young adulthood—that will enable all children to be successful in the 21st century? View resource…
Video Snapshot: See How One Monolingual Teacher Supports Many Dual Language Learners!
In this snapshot, we focus on Albert, who is learning two languages at school. We see just how the monolingual teacher, who speaks English only, provides support—in English and in Spanish! View resource…