Tag: ESL students
Since KQED is closing the ESL/Postsecondary project, this will be the final post for ESL Insights. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their contributions to the blog. It has been a wonderful journey, working with you all on our shared mission and learning about all that you do to shape opportunities for immigrant communities.
by Julia McGurk If you grew up in California, the chances are you went to school with someone who would be categorized as Generation 1.5, and the chances are that you wouldn’t be able to pick them out from students who spent their whole lives in the US speaking English. In fact you have probably […]