World languages

Developing a Bilingual Program: Evidence-Based Strategies for Success

Date & Time: Thursday, May 9th at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute DA Ed Talk, an experienced bilingual educator and district leader will outline some evidence-based strategies for developing a successful biliteracy program in any district, and how to evaluate tools and instructional approaches for effectiveness. 

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