Multilingual students and ELLs face more than a few challenges in classrooms--here’s how to help them succeed

Three tips to conquer bilingual barriers in the classroom


Multilingual students and ELLs face more than a few challenges in classrooms--here’s how to help them succeed


More than 10 percent of students in the United States are English language learners (ELLs) – that’s more than 4.8 million children nationwide. While these children don’t learn any differently than their native-English-speaking classmates, they do have educational needs that should not be overlooked or go unmet.





From a teacher’s perspective, it’s difficult not to notice how challenging navigating educational environments is for a

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