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Invitation to Serve on the State Seal of Bilingualism-Biliteracy Taskforce Print E-mail

The New Mexico Public Education Department is seeking nominations of highly qualified members of the education community to serve on the State Seal of Bilingualism-Biliteracy Taskforce. The taskforce members will meet on September 19, October 17, and November 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The role of this taskforce is to determine specific criteria for awarding the seal on the New Mexico Diploma of Excellence for graduates who are proficient in speaking and writing a language other than English. Please send completed application and materials by August 25, 2014 via email to Julia Rosa Emslie, ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). If you have questions and/or need more information, please contact Julia Rosa Emslie at 505.577.6256 or by email.

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DLeNM Employment Opportunities Print E-mail

Dual Language Education of New Mexico is wanting to hire experienced professionals committed to the design and implementation of effective dual language education programs.  Please visit our career page to find more information on two job postings:

  1. Professional Development Coordinator (Focus: Secondary, Spanish Literacy Development, Sheltering Instruction)
  2. Professional Development Coordinator (Focus: Sheltering/Scaffolding Instruction - Required:  Level III or IV GLAD Key Trainer Certificate)

For more information, contact our Executive Director David Rogers, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Journal of Multilingual Education Research Print E-mail

Journal of Multilingual Education Research (JMER) is now available electronically. JMER is the official journal of the New York State Association for Bilingual Education (NYSABE) and facilitates the dissemination of knowledge about multilingualism and multilingual education globally. To visit and explore JMER's site, go to http://fordham.bepress.com/jmer/.

 
DLeNM Project GLADĀ® Leadership Ensemble Print E-mail
February 12, 2015 - Albuquerque, NM

Purpose:  The Leadership Ensemble is a one-day training for districts or schools which:

  • are currently implementing Project GLAD® and want to help instructional leaders better support their teachers and plan for sustained implementation, or
  • are interested in bringing Project GLAD®  into their organization on a systemic level. 

 During this training, teams of instructional leaders will:

  • develop clear understanding about the instructional needs of English learners;
  • learn the foundational components of the Project GLAD® model;
  • explore how the Project GLAD® model can support academic excellence within their specific educational community; and
  • plan for sustained implementation and excellence.
 Cost: $1,000 for a team of 3-6 district/school Instructional Leaders
 Registration information will be available on dlenm.org in early July 2014!

 
Soleado Summer 2014 Print E-mail

Here’s the latest issue of DLeNM’s quarterly newsletter,

Soleado—Promising Practices from the Field.

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Historic Legislation Signed Into Law - Seal of Bilingualism Print E-mail

Following the 2014 NM Legislative Session, Governor Susana Martinez signed House Bill 330 into law. HB 330 establishes a state seal of proficiency in two languages for all students in NM. Click here to access a copy of the legislation.

During the recent NMABE conference, participants celebrated bilingual education pioneers and the sponsor of HB 330, the honorable Representative Rick Miera. DLeNM, NMABE and the Coalition for the Majority led the effort in passing this historic legislation.

 

 

Pictured: DLeNM Executive Director David Rogers, Board of Directors Co-Chair Mishelle Jurado, Albuquerque High student Stephanie Muñiz, and   Representative Rick Miera.

 
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Dual Language in the News

This valuable archive of recent periodical literature and important policy reports related to dual language education is the work of James Lyons—policy attorney, analyst, advocate, and activist—in collaboration with the staff at Dual Language Education of New Mexico.

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