Panel on Representing Culturally Diverse Clients

We all have a culture, we all speak a language: the Australian legal system discusses diversity

Cultural Diversity and the Law: Access to justice in multicultural Australia was a conference held in Sydney on the 13th and 14th ...

'Soaking up English like a sponge:' The researcher's young son engrossed in a Thesaurus

‘Investing in language:' Why do we think about language education the way we do?

If someone cannot now learn their native language, adding a couple of foerign (sic) dead languages is not going to help them. ...

Children of migrant cotton field workers from Oklahoma (Source: Library of Congress)

Children of the harvest: schooling, class and race

I’ve just come across a fascinating article about the schooling of migrant children during the Great Depression era in the US West ...

Nanai/Hezhe children (Source: Wikipedia)

Access denied

We have often examined here on Language on the Move how ‘English for all’ educational policies entrench inequality rather than alleviate disadvantage ...

Diversity in early childhood education: valued or silenced? (Source: easternct.edu)

Paying lip-service to diversity

Bilingual education presents a major conundrum in contemporary diverse societies: on the one hand, bilingualism and diversity more generally are applauded in ...

2014 NAPLAN Year 3 Numeracy test results by language status

Dodgy data and language misdiagnosis

In Australia the results of last year’s round of student and school performance on national standardized testing have just been published. As ...

Meat workers, Fletcher Abattoir (Source: SheepCRC)

Is language learning on the job the best way to learn a new language?

One of the most famous research subjects to ever have participated in second language learning research is a man known in the ...

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