Access to high quality instructional materials is an ongoing concern for multilingual learners and the educators who serve them. We know MLs are capable of engaging in rigorous content, but schools and districts often lack adequate support and resources, which may lead to choosing curriculum without considering the needs of language learners. We wouldn’t expect a soccer player to have a good game in cleats that didn’t fit. How can we expect students to learn their best from lessons that haven’t been designed to fit them?
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