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A Longitudinal Study Of Fifth Grade Students Participating In The One Way Dual Language Program And Its Implication On English Language Learner Program Decision Making
School age children of newly arrived immigrants in the United States are at a disadvantage because of their inability to speak or understand the English language. Although English is not the official language of the United ...
What Principals Need To Know About Predicting Ninth Grade Promotion For Hispanic Students
There is a significant disparity in accounting for the dropout reduction rates and their overall rate of growth among the population for Hispanic high school students. The purpose of the study was to examine the factors ...
A COMPARISON OF THE TWO WAY DUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BILINGUAL PROGRAMS ON TAKS READING ACHIEVEMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS
The achievement gap between English language learners (ELLs) and English only students has been documented for decades. A study of the National Assessment of Education Progress in 2005 highlighted a 46% gap between English ...
Academic Achievement Patterns of Former English Language Learners Served in a Bilingual Education Program
Current accountability systems for programs serving English language learners (ELLs) focus on the achievement level of students who are still classified as “limited English proficient” (de Jong, 2004). Thus, there are no ...