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English Learners in the US must meet the same requirements as native speakers to graduate high school. For this reason, it’s critical that educators distinguish between (a) skills students have not mastered, and (b) skills students have mastered in their native language but cannot yet demonstrate in English.
View this engaging discussion of dual-language assessment for Spanish-speaking English Learners. You’ll discover:
Carol Johnson is a bilingual educator and National Education Officer at Renaissance. She holds a PhD in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching, specializing in how people learn second languages.
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