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Teaching writing to ELLs across the curriculum: Strategies for success

Reading, writing, listening and speaking. Educators know the importance of these essential skills for student success, and a brief review of instructional standards will show an emphasis on these four skills. Traditionally, the instruction...

source: By: Erick Herrmann
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The Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning is launching a new initiative designed to help preschool providers better identify and support children that are learning English. The initiative announced this week will assist practitioners...

source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The rise of the standing desk may appear to be a response to the modern, eat-at-your-desk, hunched-over worker chained to her computer, but history paints a different picture: Hemingway, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson all stood while they worked. Donald Rumsfeld...

source: MindShift

With a nod to California, a new report suggests overhauling how school and student success is measured in the United States. The report, by the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education and the National Center for Innovation in Education at the University of Kentucky,...

source: EdSource

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees' 2013 Global Trends Report indicated that the number of refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced people worldwide had, for the first time in the post-World War II era, exceeded 50 million. This massive increase was driven both...

source: University World News

International students preparing to attend college in the U.S. cannot avoid considering their budget. But there's more to consider than your future tuition, room and board or textbook fees. You already know these kinds of costs and probably have a plan to get scholarships...

source: U.S. News & World Report

Angola: The minister of Science and Technology, Maria Cândida Teixeira, in Luanda deemed the English language an indispensable tool in the training process of young people, since it is a work idiom, mainly for business and interchange between states.

source: AllAfrica.com

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