A Primer on Helping Immigrant Students Feel Welcome in School Education Week
This bilingual website was created just for parents and families to provide them with the information they need to help their child become a good reader and a successful student. It has two tabs which change all text to either English or Spanish. A teacher may use this website to understand the information it is providing and then pass it along to those parents who know no English. It contains book lists, author lists, as well as an abundance of tips and techniques for parents to use at home to help their child become a successful reader.
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This booklet is a parent’s guide for improving educational opportunities for children acquiring English as a second language. It was written by Nancy Zelasko and Beth Antunez in 2000, but still remains a crucial read for all parents. It has been translated to accommodate parents who speak English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Haitian Creole, Armenian, and Korean.