Resources targeted towards helping newcomer students adjust to their U.S. school environment.
This site by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) offers lots of information about how to help students build academic vocabulary.
The Cultural Orientation Resource (COR) Center provides technical assistance regarding the cultural and community orientation refugees receive, either before their resettlement in the United States or after their arrival, as well as about their likely res
CAL presents a number of projects and resources designed to encourage and foster higher levels of academic achievement among English language learners through its assessment projects.
This digest from the Center for Applied Linguistics summarizes a paper by Lily Wong Fillmore and Catherine Snow, "What Teachers Need to Know About Language." Discusses areas such as language acquisition, why English is difficult to learn, and er
A thorough checklist of field trip preparation and logistics for a successful experience.
CREC began as a grassroots organization of local school districts in Connecticut working together to solve common problems. Its mission is to work with boards of education of the Capitol Region to improve the quality of public education for all learners.
Bridgestone books' list of non-fiction books at the 2nd—4th grade reading level.
The Collaborative Arts Resources for Education website offers downloadable lesson plans and visuals to help you start using Visual Thinking Strategies in the classroom.
Carnegie Corporation of New York was created by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding.ï¿½ Building on its history and past programs in the field, Carnegie Corporation will dedicate a major part of