What We're Reading - April 10, 2019
Here are six articles that are trending this week in Ellevation's ELL Community...
- In a thorough piece from Education Week, Kavitha Cardoza draws upon conversations with educators and students to provide insight on how schools are responding to migrant children.
- ELL Advocate and Highest Aspirations Podcast contributor Laura Gardner discusses what we can learn from "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo" about building relationships with families through interpreters.
- In an opinion piece from Santa Fe New Mexican, Wilhelmina Yazzie lays out the importance of bringing culturally relevant programs and resources into our schools.
- From Education Week, retired educator and school leader Eugene Butler Jr. makes a strong case for making instruction culturally responsive - and provides strategies on how to do it.
- Indiana University President Michael McRobbie urges institutions to expand their language offerings and enhance global awareness in this opinion piece from Education Dive.
- From The Hechinger Report, Tara García Mathewson discusses how teaching kids how to think like good readers and writers can help close achievement gaps between English learners and their peers.
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