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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 Jun 19
Kim Miller, Oregon's director of English-learner programs and the president of the National Council of State Title III...
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NCSTIIID Jun 14
Arkansas has Biliteracy Seal...
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NCSTIIID Jun 12
Does your state's accountability system include ever-ELs in the EL student group?
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NCSTIIID Jun 10
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NCSTIIID Jun 5
NCSTIIID is seeking nominations for two board members to serve a three-year term beginning July 2018. The open Board Positions for 2018-19 are Vice President and Membership Coordinator. Click on the link and submit your nomination by...
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NCSTIIID Jun 1
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NCSTIIID May 31
NABE and CAL are partnering for the 4th Annual Dual Language Symposium, June 2-29 in Washington, DC. Click on the link to register.
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NCSTIIID May 29
The "Missing" First Year: Parents Underestimate the Benefits of Reading and Talking with Babies
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NCSTIIID May 22
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NCSTIIID May 17
Check out this article about MIT's new study on the controversial critical period hypothesis. Do the findings match your experiences with older students?...
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NCSTIIID May 15
Are you subscribed to NABE's Weekly eNews? If not, check it out and get the latest news and events relating to bilingual education.
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NCSTIIID May 10
Welcome America is offering a webinar on their guide "Promoting Refugee and Community Wellness" on May 11th from 12-1pm Eastern Time. Click on the link to register. "Join us for the webinar...
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NCSTIIID May 8
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NCSTIIID Apr 30
Are you going to the TESOL Advocacy & Policy Summit this June? If so, be sure to connect with Karen Solis, who we are proud to have representing NSCTIIID at this important event. Hope to see you there!
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NCSTIIID Apr 19
Bridging Refugee Youth & Children's Services (BRYCS) has released a new guide for parents of teens. There's also an online training module accompany the guide...
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NCSTIIID Apr 15
Does your state have something to say about using students to translate/interpret?
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NCSTIIID Apr 9
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NCSTIIID Apr 9
CCSSO has published a new resource on recently arrived English learners. Check it out and let us know what you think!
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NCSTIIID Apr 2
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