Languages as privilege

Languages as privilege

Languages equal privilege. Languages are taught in private schools much more than in public schools. Wealthy Americans send their kids to Mandarin dual language schools in droves. Wealthier kids have Spanish speaking nannies, private language tutors, will go travel...
Achievement in DC’s dual language programs

Achievement in DC’s dual language programs

Over the last three years, DC Immersion has been working to gather data to study the impact of DC’s dual language programs on achievement. Preliminary data obtained from the DC Office of the State Superintendent on Education (OSSE) shows students in dual...
Advocacy Toolkit for DC Parents

Advocacy Toolkit for DC Parents

We’ve listened! Here is the ultimate advocacy toolkit to get a multilingual program started in your community. Tell us a little more about yourself so we can better support and connect you with other advocates in your community, and download the toolkit here. Or...
Wonder Woman, languages and perception of time

Wonder Woman, languages and perception of time

Wonder Woman Speaks All Languages, Bends Perception of Time By Sarah Sloat Wonder Woman is a superhero of many talents: She’s got incredible strength and speed, and she seems to be both indestructible and immortal. But her most underrated skill of all is her ability...
Prochaine destination de la “révolution bilingue” ? Washington DC

Prochaine destination de la “révolution bilingue” ? Washington DC

By Rémi Gaggioli, French Morning, October 17th 2017 Let’s hear it in French now! « Nous voulons donner aux parents des outils pour qu’ils obtiennent de la municipalité qu’une éducation bilingue soit disponible dans leur communauté », explique Vanessa Bertelli,...