To What Extent are Canadian Second Language Policies Evidence-Based? Reflections on the Intersections of Research and Policy

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Publisher:  Front Psychol

Author:  Jim Cummins

Hosted by:  www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  December 9, 2021


Language of Resource: English

Resource Type: Article

Media Format: Website

This article focuses on four major Canadian policies: The Core French and Immersion program for non-native French speakers, policies surrounding immigrant language learners, heritage teaching and learning disabilities. This article sheds light on how these educational policies can be implemented in order to better meet the needs of language learners and to ensure that all students have an equal opportunity to get a quality education in either French program.

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Program(s): Core French, Immersion

Education Level: All Levels

Subject(s): French Language, Education, Language & Linguistics

License: No Creative Commons License

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