Change Makers for Equitable Education of Multilingual Learners with Disabilities Since 2005

Evaluating Bilingual Student with Potential Disabilities

Last year, I delivered an online webinar for the Bilingual Educators Virtual Submit. The Bilingual…

Raise Your Voice!

Join others this Thursday, June 9, 2020 @ 2 pm (EST)to express your concerns, experiences,…

Joining Hands

New report from the Council for Great City Schools (CGCS) on the State of English Learners and Teacher Preparation

In this section of the CGS report, I will give a quick synopsis of teacher…

Interview with Expert in Bilingual Special Education: Dr. Patricia Medeiros Landurand

We are honored to share this informative interview with a historical figure in the area…

Resources for Parents to Speak to their Children about Social Justice

The last few weeks have been very difficult times for all Americans as we see…

Raise Your Voice!

Join others in engaging in a collaborative online conversation about advocacy and multilingual learners with…

Resources in Autism & other Disabilities in Spanish for families.

This padlet is a great website for parents who needs resources to support their children…

Free Webinar from REL West: Engaging Parents and Students from Diverse Populations in the Context of Distance Learning

After weeks of responding to the uncertainty of the COVID pandemic, educators are still trying…

Left Behind: Remote Learning and Bilingual Students with Disabilities

New article from Chalkbeat New York. At long last, Reema Amin’s article places the spotlight…

Ed Week Releases General Guidelines for Communicating Online: “How to Keep Students and Staff Safe on Videoconferencing”

This brief one-page infographic highlights five areas for effectively and safely operating videoconferencing platforms. https://www.edweek.org/ew/section/multimedia/the-k-12-educators-guide-to-safe-and-effective-videoconferencing.html?cmp=eml-enl-tl-news1-rm&M=59454827&U=&UUID=0066a9c3de2ea38ae08d35fe4104c77b