New Journalism on Latino Children (NJLC) offers fresh viewpoints and evidence on Latino children and their schools. The project is based at the Institute of Human Development at the University of California, Berkeley, in collaboration with the Education Writers Association and the Latino Policy Forum.

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  1. Hi Monica and Maureen,
    This is a great blog you’ve started! You may find some helpful stories on our ELL News Section of ColorinColorado.org, as well as Mary Ann Zehr’s Learning the Language Blog at EdWeek.
    Take care,
    Lydia Breiseth
    Manager, Colorin Colorado

  2. Thanks for the post on my boss, Senator Alex Padilla. Please do send me your email so I can keep you updated regarding his efforts.
    Also, your readers can find more information on Senator Padilla at his website or follow him at his Fan Page on facebook.


    John D. Mann
    Communciations Director

  3. Hello,

    I wanted to drop you a line and compliment you on your website and blog. Nice layout, good tips, and an overall great resource on current events and issues of tolerance and equality as they pertain to the Latino community.

    I currently work for an immigration law firm and we are interested in advertising on your site because we think it would be a great fit for us.

    Please let me know if this is possible.

    Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.

  4. Hello.

    I wanted to help raise awareness about a tweet-chat coming up this Thursday.
    I was not sure who I could reach here to invite LatinoEd Beat readers.

    Please see below.



    Dear Educators,

    On Tuesday, April 10 at 3pm, CUNY-New York State Initiative on Emergent Bilinguals will be hosting a tweet chat with NLERAP- NE. The tweet chat will explore dynamic bilingualism as conceptualized by Ofelia Garcia, co-principal investigator of NYSIEB. You can see a recent presentation by Ofelia Garcia by following the link below.

    We will also discuss the way bilingualism has been discussed in the media by taking the recent New York Times op-ed “The Benefits of Bilingualism” as a point of departure.


    You can find us on twitter @CUNY_NYSIEB and @LatinoEdu

    I hope that you will join us!

    Nelson Flores
    Interim Projector Director
    Webpage: https://www.cuny-nysieb.org

  5. To the Folks at LatinoEd – here at Hispanically Speaking News we love your stuff and how you keep you finger on the pulse of education issues for Latinos. We would love to talk to you either in person or electronically because we would love to distribute your material, with the approximately credit of course. We enjoy a health audience of over 300,000 page viewers a month that would love to get to know your work. Thanks HS NEWS

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