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The NCSTIIID serves as the voice of ELs, representing SEAs and LEAs across the United States.
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NCSTIIID Jan 15
Do you work with English Learners? Do you want the latest EL information from the Federal Government? Do you desire to hear directly from experts in the EL field and network with EL colleagues from across the nation? Then join us March...
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NCSTIIID Jan 14
Do Schools Value the Bilingualism of English-Learners?
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NCSTIIID Jan 11
Coming up on January 30th, join REL Northeast & Islands and REL West for a webinar on early learning and kindergarten readiness for DLLs!
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NCSTIIID Jan 9
If you want to learn more about how bilingual education can benefit multilingual learners, this video from Sobrato Early Academic Language Model makes an excellent case!
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NCSTIIID Jan 7
Register today for the NCSTIIID National Meeting on March 6th in Florida, and stay for the NABE Conference! See the draft agenda and registration details at the link below.
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NCSTIIID Jan 3
But instead of seeing ELLs as a costly challenge—requiring remedial support or additional staffing, for example—many districts, like Gwinnett, are acknowledging the assets these students bring to school, and in response...
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NCSTIIID Dec 31
Americans are losing out because so few speak a second language
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NCSTIIID Dec 21
The National Association for the Education of Young Children provides some basic strategies for teaching in linguistically-diverse classrooms in the newest issue of "Teaching Young...
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NCSTIIID Nov 26
UNESCO has released the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report, with recommendations for improving the conditions of immigrant and refugee students.
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NCSTIIID Nov 8
Thanks again to Dr. Bill Rivers and Carol Salva for their excellent webinar presentation, "From Federal Policy to Friendship: Everyone can be an Advocate for ELs." Watch again, share it, or see it for the first time at:
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NCSTIIID Nov 6
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NCSTIIID Nov 2
What is your state doing to support students' primary/home language development?
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NCSTIIID Oct 28
Check out the newest edition of the NCSTIIID Newsletter, featuring upcoming events and NCSTIIID updates!
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NCSTIIID Oct 25
Our second webinar this year is coming up on November 1st from 11-1 ET! Join Bill Rivers, Executive Director of the Joint National Committee for Languages and Carol Salva, author of Boosting Achievement, to...
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NCSTIIID Oct 20
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NCSTIIID Oct 12
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NCSTIIID Oct 5
La Cosecha is right around the corner! If you haven't registered yet, there's still time. Join us there for an NCSTIIID special meeting on November 14th! Register for NCSTIIID special meeting:...
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NCSTIIID Oct 3
Check out the latest podcast from Ellevation in the Highest Aspirations series! Dr. Sara Kangas talks about the educational experiences of ELs with disabilities....
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NCSTIIID Sep 13
Transition shock can affect students' ability to learn. This article offers some strategies to help.
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NCSTIIID Sep 4
Listen to this enlightening podcast with David Holbrook and Teddy Rice! How has ESSA changed the conversation around EL education in your state?...
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