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EDU-760 Foundations of Policy and Legislative on Bilingualism: Implications for ASL/ENG Biling for 0-5

Graduate, Masters, Online


Course Overview

This course is designed to educate candidates about state and federal education policies, particularly as they pertain to bilingualism. In addition, the course addresses a basic working knowledge of regulations essential to the role and as bilingual early childhood professionals. Candidates will implement policies and regulations using the language planning framework in their work in homes, schools and agencies, and the community. It elaborates and builds upon knowledge and dispositions learned in foundation courses.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters, Online
Prerequisite: Instructor or program coordinator's approval

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Admissions Requirements

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