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The Education of English Language Learners: Research to Practice


reviewed by Welton Kwong — November 16, 2010

coverTitle: The Education of English Language Learners: Research to Practice
Author(s): Marilyn Shatz and Louise C. Wilkinson (eds.)
Publisher: Guilford Press, New York
ISBN: 1606236598, Pages: 306, Year: 2010
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 16, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16235, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 12:52:09 PM

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  • Welton Kwong

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    WELTON KWONG began his career in education as a high school teacher and currently works in the Bay Area as an administrator who supports professional learning in his school district. While his work centers on the education of English Language Learners, he facilitates professional learning communities and coaches teachers to improve learning for all students. His scholarly interests include adult development, educational leadership, and the role of language in organizations. He graduated from Columbia University, Teachers College in 2008 and currently instructs for the Summer Principals Academy program. Future plans include pursuing a doctorate in adult learning and organizational leadership.
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