October 25, 2013
Legal Issues and English Language Learners: Tips on Avoiding Litigation with Guest Speaker Attorney Alan J. Rom. More...
October 26, 2013
Dr. Eleni Pappamihiel will present at the C.A.R.E conference.
Teacher's Workshop on ESL Topics
News & Information
ELMS Participants Making a Difference
Pippa Nelson, who completed the ESL Add-On Licensure program in summer 2013, will be presenting, Strategies for Teaching Math to ELLs, at the North Carolina Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCCTM) conference this fall. Congratulations, Pippa!
Congratulations, Melissa Gillespie, ESL Add-On Licensure program participant. Awarded both 2013-2014 High School Teacher of the Year and New Hanover County Schools Teacher of the Year.
Congratulations to ESL Professor, Dr. C. Allen Lynn for his recent publication, Korean Sojourners in the Deep South: The Push/Pull Dynamics of Immigration (2013, Lynn & Lee) in the journal Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education.
Beginning in the early 1990s, Latino immigrants began arriving in areas of the United States previously unaccustomed to their presence. Subsequent backlash has included anti-immigrant legislation affecting both “documented” and “undocumented” Latinos. Focusing on one such instance in a rural community located in southeast Georgia, the present ethnographic case study explores what happens when a poultry processing plant recruits a second immigrant group as a source of cheap labor. Starting in 2006, dozens of Korean immigrants began working at Claxton Poultry in Evans, County Georgia. This study looks at the factors influencing the Koreans’ decisions to immigrate to Georgia, the local community’s reaction to their arrival, and the implications for education in the area.