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A report on tribal language revitalization in Head Start and Early Head Start

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Tribal language revitalization is a complex and long-term process that can bring immense rewards to children, their families and communities. In this report, we have shared some of the experiences and recommendations of HS/EHS programs across the country. These practices and strategies range from setting language goals and action plans to implementing effective language teaching models, and from connecting language and culture to increasing access to the language throughout the tribal community. This information, along with the many other resources that are available, can help you develop a plan that works for your program and community. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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Executive summary of the report on tribal language revitalization in Head Start and Early Head Start

Executive Summary
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