Creating Powerful High Schools for Immigrant and English Language Learning Populations: Using Past and Present Ideas in Today’s Schooling Paradigm
by Reynaldo Reyes & Leena Her - 2010
This chapter examines ways that high schools have addressed the needs of English learners and immigrant students from diverse language backgrounds in an era of nationwide high-stakes testing and accountability policies. Tapping into a host of programmatic efforts and pedagogical approaches from prior and extant research, the authors propose a number of ways to help English learners and immigrants become successful in today’s high schools.
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