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with respect to language

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The goal is to conduct a series of informational seminars, prepare and disseminate information and outreach materials to carry out a campaign of social linguistically diverse staff of public and private organizations to support and enhance the value of, and to inform the estonian people whose mother tongue of career opportunities in the public sector.
Because culture and learning are so closely linked, any mismatch between home and school culture can mean that linguistically diverse students who are still mastering the language of schooling are put at risk of failing (Gay, 2000; Purcell-Gates, 2000).
MPH, who noted that Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services compliance is mandated for all programs that receive federal funds and those seeking national accreditation.
Anissa Ahmed Fakhroo in her speech said that the event was organized in order to take care of linguistically gifted children and to celebrate the International Day of the Arab Language.
1) Infusing culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy into teacher education programs can enhance students' experiences in K-12 schools.
Zakah (alms) linguistically means an increase, excess or build up, and in the Sharee'ah it means to pay a particular amount which has to be paid on a given number or a given quantity of some particular things, and according to some particular circumstances.
Cllr Davies said if a choice to close a school had to be made, he backed closing Llanddona with the pupils coming to Llangoed as culturally and linguistically they are: "very similar.
Now the South Asian Health Foundation has warned services to prevent diabetes and treat people from ethnic minority groups many not be cuturally or linguistically sensitive.
Assessing Spanish/English Bilingual Preschoolers offers a narrowed focus on the challenges of bilingual early education and is a 'must' for any education collection concerned about linguistically appropriate evaluations for Spanish English bilingual preschoolers.
When the professional organization Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) was founded in 1966, the world, at least linguistically speaking, was a different place.
An excellent guide that assists organizations in insuring that patients from all backgrounds are receiving high quality health care is the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards.
Genetically and linguistically, he was an ancient Greek, half-Greek or member of one of the old Greek tribes on the Balkans.
Over the past several years, the number of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds who are educated in America's classrooms has increased tremendously.
The following feature is concerned with issues of "Diversity and Special Education" focusing on culturally and linguistically diverse students and their parents.