December 15, 2016

So, you’re raising a bilingual child?

Whoever has done it will have to agree that raising bilingual children is a difficult experience. (Not that the rest of childhood is a cakewalk anyway.) Difficult yes, but enriching nonetheless.
December 10, 2016

Top Holiday Gifts to Teach Your Child a Second Language

With Thanksgiving in the rear view mirror, it’s time to set your sights on your growing holiday shopping list. For this year’s Christmas, why not replace a few toys from your child’s “Santa” list with some of these top five must-try language essentials?
December 1, 2016

Are Dual Language Programs Widening the Academic Gap?

While some may see this is as a plus because it puts pressure to spread the availability of dual language programs, it’s actually hurting other ethnic groups because it’s keeping them out of these types of classes.
November 17, 2016

In a Bilingual Household Who Controls the First Language?

According to Janet Werker — a psychologist at the University of British Columbia who co-authored a study on how babies separate languages — infants can grasp the differences between languages when they are as young as seven months old.