Supporting DLLs in Superdiverse PreK-3 Programs: Findings from Two Studies, an archived webinar from Migration Policy Institute (MPI), marks the release of two research reports that illustrate the challenges and opportunities related to teaching and learning in a superdiverse environment, pointing to promising approaches to work effectively in multilingual, multicultural classrooms. The reports, The Language of the Classroom: Dual Language Learners in Head Start, Public Pre-K, and Private Preschool Programs and Supporting Dual Language Learner Success in Superdiverse PreK-3 Classrooms: The Sobrato Early Academic Language Model, focus on patterns of home language use across different ECEC program types, and the potential of the SEAL model to improve instruction and outcomes for Dual Language Learners in superdiverse settings. Also see, Growing Superdiversity among Young U.S. Dual Language Learners and Its Implications.
MyCOM, the My City of Migration Diagnostic, from Cities of Migration, was designed to help you assess the quality of inclusion in your city: at work, at school, on election day, in health and as a new arrival. Build a custom profile of your city's strengths and weaknesses across 10 dimensions of inclusion. Find out how your city measures up.