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The Economic Imperative of Bilingual Education, November 2015



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DC Language Immersion Schools Flourish in DC, June 12 2015, by Moriah Costa

Greater Greater Washington, June 10, 2015 Education in multiple languages gives kids a big boost, which means high demand for DC’s programs, by David Alpert

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New Advocacy Group Pushes for Multilingualism in D.C. Schools, New America Ed, 27 February 2015

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Language Immersion Programs Growing in DC but only West of the River, 1 December 2014


Here are the latest articles on language immersion that we have come across.  If you have others you’d like to share please post them in a comment to this page.  Thank you!

Modern languages ‘recovery programme’ urged by United Kingdom’s MPs

HISD proposes new Arabic Language Immersion Magnet to meet needs of culturally diverse city—but-where/2014/10/30/2b2f0864-4d7e-11e4-aa5e-7153e466a02d_story.html’s-book-looks-at-benefits-of-bilingualism

Dear Families, educators, and partners,

In 2020 we announced that the DC Language Immersion Project would close its doors due to lack of resources. However, before completely dissolving the organization, we recently asked a group of local and national educators if they - individually or collectively - would be interested in continuing the work of advocating for multilingual education in the District of Columbia. We are pleased to announce that a few individuals responded yes and volunteered to forge a plan to continue this vital work.

So, we are not closing our doors but we are entering a six-to-twelve-month period of dormancy as we determine the best path forward for the DC Immersion Project.  Thank you for your continued support and please stay tuned for updates.

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