Review finds problems with home language surveys

A review from University of California, Los Angeles, researchers found that home language surveys -- which attempt to identify students who need extra help learning English -- are not effective. Surveys can identify too many or too few students in need of assistance, the researchers concluded. They suggested requiring all students to take a short language screening session to accurately identify English language learners.

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