A dual language approach to Pre-K is now more relevant than ever. Here is why...
Universal Pre-K programs has increased in prevalence in diverse communities.
Recent rules in many states governing pre-K multilingual learners, such as those that support services for students and their families provide multilingual programs, instruction, and professional development in the parents’ home language.
The awareness of the needs of multilingual families at the federal and state levels has increased the promotion of multilingualism in prekindergarten classrooms. Contact us
about starting a pilot program in your pre-K, or for more information about bilingual curriculum development.
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