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Serie de cuentos indígenas ilustrados y animados con el fin de ayudar a fomentar el orgullo, respeto y uso de las lenguas. Serie creada por Gabriela Badillo /holacombo.com
Local award-winning Savannah-based author, Mary C. Kim, has collaborated with a New York City-based illustrator for a children’s book themed on the Lunar New Year.
Two professors of education explore troublesome cultural gaps Latino students often face in school. This book develops cultural competence by helping readers recognize that the growing Latino population and a predominately White teaching force aren’t wearing the same “shoes.” This guide presents practical strategies educators can use to foster culturally sustaining learning environments.
To celebrate International Francophonie Day on March 20, the Franco-American Collection of University of Southern Maine is hosting a talk with author and educator Fabrice Jaumont about his book The Bilingual Revolution, The Future of Education is in Two Languages.
Podcast Revolution Bilingue
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