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Ambassador's Fund, the new lab will enable the children living at the SOS Children's Village to improve their English-language skills.
Graddol forcefully debunks the myth of English-language dominance on the Internet.
However, even though ELLs are passing the CELDT, 40% of ELLs are still failing the English-language arts on the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) (Gandara, 2006).
Irwin) has been a key player with English-language learners in our district for at least seven years,'' said Terry DeLoria, Hart's director of special programs.
Knipp starts his study of the English-language poetry by recalling that this genre has been practiced for more than 100 years.
a)Includes English-Language broadcast channels with alternate Spanish audio
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell said English-language skills are vital for California to maintain an edge in the global economy.
TCM's telecast of each movie will be introduced by animation director John Lasseter (Toy Story), who directed the English-language track on Spirited Away.
With the inclusion of several Hispanic programming channels including SE TV - the first English-language, Latino-themed network - in the Qwest Choice TV Full Choice package, and the availability of the Qwest TV Latino[R] plan - offering 40 channels of all-digital Hispanic programming - Qwest Choice TV provides a significant number of programming options not currently available from cable.
5 million viewers to the English-language broadcast.
New Channel provides English-language training and test preparation for students seeking to take required Chinese university language exams.
5 percent of their English-language learners make annual progress in learning English.
Federal benchmarks doubled in both English-language arts and mathematics categories, causing subgroups that showed progress in other areas to fail in AYP assessments, sending a mixed message to school administrators and parents.
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