1. Dual-Language Books as a Tool for Parent-Child Interaction: Promoting Family Literacy and Language Enrichment at Home

    Dual-language books, also known as bilingual kids' books or bilingual children's books, offer a unique opportunity to promote family literacy and language enrichment at home. In today's multicultural society, many families speak more than one language, making dual-language books
  2. Africa: Learning in Two Languages - Lessons From Francophone Africa On What Works Best

    By Kaja Jasinska and Mary-Claire Ball / The Conversation Africa [The Conversation Africa] Children living in multilingual communities often learn in a language at school that does not match the language they speak at home. This mismatch makes it challenging for them to participate
  3. 4 strategies for raising bilingual children

    By Kayu Akulli When I was seriously considering teaching my three-year-old and one-year-old Chinese, I often questioned if I was being realistic. Should I just give up? Or should I leave it until both kids are older and more independent? After all, raising bilingual kids is no wal
  4. Curious about the past and present of bilingual education? Want to know the laws that governed—and govern—bilingualism in U.S. schools? https://www.eventbrite.com/e/50th-anniversary-of-us-supreme-courts-lau-v-nichols-tickets-775942604217?aff=oddtdtcreator
  5. Book Launch of 'Bilingual Children' by Ellen Bialystok in Paris

    Last week in Paris, we celebrated the release of Ellen Bialystok's new book, "Bilingual Children," with two insightful events! The first event was at the Paris Book Fair where Ellen Bialystok discussed her book and held a book signing. The second event was a discussion on bilingu