The Current State and Promise of Equitable Access to Dual Language Immersion Approaches The Current State and Promise of Equitable Access to Dual Language Immersion Approaches We propose a multi-pronged approach to establish an empirical foundation for responsible, high-quality, and equitable expansion of DLI approaches. Done correctly, this sort of expansion could be transformative to the learning experiences of the large and growing population of DLLs in the United Stateswhile also fostering greater linguistic, racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity in early and elementary learning settings. 1) Operationalizing High- Quality DLI for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers 2) Analyzing the Present Demographics of Access to DLI, Proposing a More Equitable Future 3) A Series of Briefs on Bilingualism and Dual Language Immersion Models Dual language learning is still misunderstood. We will also publish a policy brief focused on the broader benefits of bilingualism in society.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/21 → 6/30/23|
- Kellogg (W.K.) Foundation: $319,897.00
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