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The National Association for Bilingual Education announces its Fourth Annual Dual Language Symposium scheduled for June 27-29 in Washington, DC.
New York City schools will offer 32 additional dual language programs and 16 transitional bilingual programs, a move that could help better integrate schools and boost learning for students who are learning English as a new language.
A Colorado school district will re-evaluate its bilingual education program, citing a shortage of qualified teachers as one reason.
In the Los Angeles Unified School District—where roughly 1 in 5 students is an EL—20.7 percent of students who began the school year as ELs will end the year designated as English proficient.
Rhode Island legislators have proposed a bill that would create a position in the state's Department of Education to coordinate and promote the development of more bilingual programs in public schools.