MAHCHID NAMAZI, PHD AND BETTY KOLLIA, PHD
November 26, 2018
As New Jersey classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse, professionals are continually learning to provide services to bilingual children. In the last 30 years, as the number of children has increased by 10 percent in the U.S., those whose home language is not English has more than doubled.
Speech Language Pathologists (SLP) and teachers are focused on young “English Language ...
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