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Vol 6 (2015) A Letter From The Editorial Team Details   PDF
Editorial Team
Vol 6 (2015) Assessing the Needs of Immigrant, Latino Families and Teachers in Rural Settings: Building Home-School Partnerships Abstract   PDF
Maria R. Coady, Thomas J. Coady, Abigail Nelson
Vol 5 (2014) Beyond the technical apparatus: Identity, connections, and the use of “Autonarrativas virtuales” Virtual Autonarratives Abstract   PDF
Iliana Alanis, Margarita Machado-Casas, Elsa Ruiz
Vol 5 (2014) Culturally Relevant Books: Culturally Responsive Teaching in Bilingual Classrooms Abstract   PDF
Alma Dolores Rodriguez
Vol 5 (2014) Culture-Based Education: Lessons from Indigenous Education in the U.S. Abstract   PDF
Navin Kumar Singh, Mariella M. Espinoza-Herold
Vol 4 (2013) Editor's Introduction Abstract   PDF
Virginia M. Gonzalez
Vol 5 (2014) Editors' Introduction Details   PDF
Editorial Team
Vol 6 (2015) Educación Bilingüe o Inmersión en Inglés: Análisis de la Prensa Escrita de Arizona Abstract   PDF
Ricardo González-Carriedo
Vol 6 (2015) Effects of Science and Engineering Practices on Science Achievement and Attitudes of Diverse Students including ELLs Abstract   PDF
Hanna Kim
Vol 6 (2015) El Rendimiento en Lengua Inglesa en Programas Bilingües en España Abstract   PDF
Xavier Gisbert da Cruz, María José Martínez de Lis González, Guillermo Gil Escudero
Vol 5 (2014) Enacting Advocacy-Oriented Visionsof Bilingual Education:Lessons from Experienced BilingualEducators Abstract   PDF   _
Nancy Elizabeth Dubetz
Vol 5 (2014) Guest Editorial: Welcome to the New Home of the NJRP Details   PDF
John J Doherty
Vol 6 (2015) Home-School Communications: Multicultural Parents of Children with Disabilities Abstract   PDF
Heidi Abadeh
Vol 5 (2014) "I Don't Want to Write for Them": An At-Risk Latino Youth's Out-of-School Literacy Practices Abstract   PDF
Mary Amanda Stewart
Vol 5 (2014) José María Arguedas, Precursor de la Interculturalidad en el Perú Abstract   PDF
Fredy Morales Gutiérrez
Vol 6 (2015) Language Learning Policy Through the Lens of Language as a Problem, a Right, and a Resource Abstract   PDF
Carla A. McNelly
Vol 6 (2015) Mathematics Teachers’ Perspectives on Online Professional Development Modules Abstract   PDF
Nicole Joseph, Jacqueline Leonard, Kara Mitchell Viesca, Boni Hamilton
Vol 6 (2015) Negotiating Entangled Contradictions About Being Well Educated: Nudos (Knots) in the Lives of Bilingual Latina Teachers Abstract   PDF
Sandra Quiñones
Vol 4 (2013) Preschool Bilingual Learners’ Receptive Vocabulary Development in School Readiness Programs Abstract   PDF
Ann Anderberg, Maureen Frances McSparran Ruby
Vol 6 (2015) Reading Achievement Of English Language Learners Who Participated In The Response To Intervention Model Abstract   PDF
Christine Ybarra, Adrian Jung, Debra Cote
Vol 5 (2014) Situating Practice in Schools and Communities: Case Studies of Teacher Candidates in Diverse Clinical Experiences with English Language Learners Abstract   PDF
Amy Jennifer Heineke, Kristin Johnson Davin
Donna Andrews, Anne Werolin Weisenberg
Vol 5 (2014) Teaching the Academic Language and Concepts of Language Arts to Secondary Long-Term English Learners Abstract   PDF
Mary Soto
Vol 4 (2013) The Great Wall of “English Only”: Teacher Perceptions of Classroom Ecology in Arizona’s Post-Proposition 203 Era Abstract   PDF
Mariella M. Espinoza-Herold
Vol 6 (2015) The Impact Of The Spanish For Fluent Speakers Curriculum On The Attitudes, Motivation, Self-Esteem, Language Skills And Academic Future Of Latino Students Abstract   PDF
Aracelis Nieves
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