Showing posts from April, 2011

[MLE] Funding: Genographic Legacy Fund grants

Dear MLE friends, Below is a funding opportunity that might be relevant for some of your projects.

[MLE] New World Bank Education Strategy published

Dear MLE Friends, The World Bank's new education strategy   was published earlier this week. For the first time it includes a statement on the language of instruction. In the section on children between the ages of 6 and 8 it states: " Children in these age groups benefit from the instructional use of their mother tongue, combined with instruction in the dominant language .". The phrasing seems a bit weak is it leaves

[MLE] Free access to Routledge education journals till end April

Dear MLE friends, There are several journals related to Multicultural Education that are of interest to MLE practitioners and scholars. Below is an overview from one particular publisher. The articles can be read on-line for free. But If I understand it right it will only be free till the end of this month. Enjoy it! Here is the link:

[MLE] MLE e-news: Multilingual Education Newsletter - March 2011 - Issue 1

Dear MLE, A new MLE newsletter has been started by the Asia Multilingual Education Working Group under the Thematic Working Group on Education for All . See below. It seems very worthwhile to subscribe. Thanks to Dave Pearson for the tip.

[MLE] Draft list of all MLE projects in India

Dear MLE Friends, Over the last few months several people asked me what MLE related projects are actually going on in India. So we have started an overview of MLE related projects . However this overview is (hopefully!) far from complete. If you know of any MLE related project not yet on the list, please let us know. That way we can make the list more complete and learn from each other. Any other type of feed-back on the posted list is of course welcome too!