Young, Bilingual, and Black
CALEC Bulletin #21 -
In the News
Where can you find dual language English/Haitian Creole instruction for students in first and second grades? At Mattahunt’s Toussaint L’Ouverture Academy (TLA), a Boston public elementary school. Founded in 2017, TLA is the nation’s first early learning English–Haitian Creole dual language program.
Call for Papers: Deadline Sept. 30, 2021
In this book, we wish to examine the potential of multilingual education across the countries of Africa and in diverse sectors. Authors are invited to present an essay about the local applications of various models of dual-language education and the ways to encourage their growth and scale.
"I love this book so much. We read this book for weeks with our girls. It made this crazy time make so much more sense to them." —Jessica B.
The Sewing Lesson is part of "Rainbows, Masks and Ice Cream," a series of three stories for children about the COVID-19 pandemic. Also available in French, Italian, Swahili, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and Arabic
"I am awestruck by this book... Each chapter stands alone and each chapter is unique...This is more than a book ... this is a work of art." —Pat Gallant Weich
Immigrant Dreams is a memoir, the story of one immigrant's journey in 1950 from postwar Germany to the United States.
Podcast Révolution bilingue
Bernard Manuel est président de l'École active bilingue Jeannine Manuel, aujourd'hui située sur trois campus à Paris, Lille et Londres et avec un réseau d'anciens élèves influent qui compte des personnalités comme Antony Blinken, secrétaire d'État des États-Unis
Frantastique, the daily French workout.
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