Response to the “£244 million” article on EAL children and native English speaking school students

Rather disturbingly, this Daily Mail article , got published just two days ago. It claims that due to the support provided to EAL learners, native English speaking children have become a “low priority” group. Disturbing, but sadly not very surprising: another piece ostracizing EAL children (and migrants in general) and

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Highlights from EAL Coordinators Course (Day 5): Teacher Assessment Literacy

On the last day of the course in the morning, Constant Leung delivered a session for EAL specialist surrounding teacher assessment. According to his King’s College London pages (2014), Constant has worked for many years in second and additional language education. He is a very well known scholar and researcher

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