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Maintaining Student Progress in the ESL Classroom

ESL programs should be more than just classes. Students need classes that are stimulating and relevant. Programs should include culture and sessions on adapting to life in the host country and interactions with regular students. In addition to classes and activities, the...

source: By Douglas Magrath
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Each day during the 50 days leading up to the 50th edition of the PDK poll, we'll publish another year of poll results in a timeline. Explore the questions and answers and consider how events in education and the broader U.S. context shaped the responses.

source: PDK Poll

For decades, many U.S. high schools have offered a range of college-level Advanced Placement courses to allow high achievers to shine above and beyond a standard diploma. But there's another standard that many schools have adopted: the International Baccalaureate.

source: The Associated Press via Madison.com

Melissa Edmonds, gifted education resource teacher at Kyle R. Wilson Elementary School in Woodbridge, Virginia, and 1993 graduate of DePauw University, has been selected as one of 110 LEGO Education Master Educators. Members of this first...

source: DePauw University

One of my four beloved and gifted children (a son I won't mention by name here) didn't care much for proving himself in school. This is the boy who, at 2 years of age, maintained an interest in styles and brands of vacuums, even requesting a trip to Sears for his birthday...

source: Laura Grace Weldon

The world is getting more flooded by issues of disproportionality whether in education, politics or opportunities to vote. A myriad of examples exist in the form of policies that pit people against each other rather than cause the steady increase in the overall opportunities...

source: The High Flyer

The University of Alabama has launched a program aimed at strengthening the state's efforts to educate gifted students. The Gifted Education and Talent Development Office will consolidate all of the UA College of Education's research,...

source: The Tuscaloosa News

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