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This book makes the case for dual language education to become the standard for all schools. Written for new and veteran implementers, it provides hope, rationale, guidance, and the tools to transform education to 21st century standards.
This book illuminates a powerful idea, with strong theoretical and research underpinnings, as presented by school leaders who are working in the real world of U.S. schools. If you are interested in experiencing the benefits of dual language schooling for your community, you need to read this book and learn what these very accomplished dual language administrators have to say.
This book offers readers who are new to the idea of dual language schooling, those preparing to expand their program to the secondary level, and experienced secondary dual language educators important information regarding what works well in secondary dual language education, what challenges might occur, and what approaches others have taken to address those challenges.
Una obra llena de recursos para el estudio y la implementación de la educación bilingüe, especialmente el modelo novedoso de inmersión dual. Un libro repleto de conceptos, teorías y modelos útiles para los maestros, los teóricos, y las personas involucradas en la política educativa. Es un gran logro que este libro se publique originalmente en español en los Estados Unidos.
The third edition of the widely-used Guiding Principles for Dual Language Education has been updated by a broad range of experts to reflect new knowledge, practices, and policies in the arena of dual language education. Designed for educators, researchers, policymakers, and all who are interested in effective dual language education, the new edition of this widely-used resource includes enhancements to the principles reflecting learning from research and practice, updated literature reviews, and revised templates for program self-evaluation.