Many key US states lack early development plans for dual language learners
from Latin Post
Dual language learners have increased massively within the last few years, due greatly to immigration and the organic growth of Spanish-dominant U.S. born Latinos. That said, there's evidence that identifying and supporting bilingual or multilingual students earlier in their cognitive development/educational process does not seem to be a state or national priority, although it can make all the difference in their future.
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