Go-to Guide

of all things multilingual

All the resources to begin or further your language journey all in one place! The Go-to Guide is
» specific to the DC region
» for all ages and abilities
» easily searchable by language, type of resource and age of learner

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Coming Up

Upcoming Virtual Events

Online Language & Culture Activities for Kids (& their Peeps)

By Mully Lingua
FREE Daily @ 8 AM

Looking for ways to keep your kids engaged in language, culture, and heritage…well, we have you covered. Join many of our partners and Cultural Ambassadors as they share some of their favorite activities with you and your kids (ages 1-17).

FREE Spanish Yoga for Kids

Fridays @ 10:30 am through June 12th

A program of EoTR Foreign Languages for Kids

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We are working to expand offerings and would love to include your organization and event. 


Latest News

The Economic Imperative of Bilingual Education

The Economic Imperative of Bilingual Education

The Atlantic explores why states are aggressively pushing for immersion programs. "The jobs expected to grow most in the next 10 years are heavily related to languages—hospitality, tourism, marketing, and healthcare,” DC Immersion is quoted as saying “There needs to...

Systemic Expansion of Immersion Programs

Systemic Expansion of Immersion Programs

Current immersion programs are in overwhelming demand, touch only 1/3 of English Language Learners and are not accessible to most Ward 7 and 8 families.  Let's go one step further in making every DC school great by expanding immersion programs throughout the District....

Join the Conversation

Join the Conversation

  Do you share the vision and mission of DC Language Immersion Project?  Join our grassroots group by signing up here! A pop up will appear. Spread the word among your personal network – including family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers!  

Skylar wants to speak to her friends

Skylar wants to speak to her friends

DC Student's Perspective Skylar, an English native speaker third grader in one of DC's existing dual language immersion programs reminded us that students too must have a voice in this conversation. In an increasingly linguistically diverse city, children want to be...

A Letter to Our Community

Dear Friends,The sad news is that DC Immersion is closing. The good news is that, together, we have built a network of support for equitable access to multilingual education in DC that transcends a specific organization. Thank you for advocating, learning, and...

These Friends Rock Dual Language – Follow Them!

There is a world of dual language knowledge in DC and beyond. Many of these educators, parents and organizations' passion for dual language predates DC Immersion, many of them have grown with us. We hope you can draw inspiration from these friends and walk with them...

Statement on DC Immersion’s Dissolution

Dear Families, educators, and partners, It is with great disappointment that we share with you that the DC Language Immersion Project (DC Immersion) is dissolving as a 501c3 organization due to a lack of resources after six years of tireless advocacy for multilingual...

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