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Stanford CWLP Handbook

Stanford CWLP Handbook

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Published by Don Doehla
A study on the effects of language proficiency in the economic development of California, and why we need multi-lingual people in the work force.
A study on the effects of language proficiency in the economic development of California, and why we need multi-lingual people in the work force.

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Published by: Don Doehla on Jun 26, 2012
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The California Foreign Language Project’s (CFLP) central mission is to deepen the content knowledge andpedagogical practices of world language educators. As one of the California Subject Matter Projects, it sponsorsprofessional development programs aligned with state-adopted World Language Content Standards thatstrengthen practice in the classroom in order to increase California’s studentsproficiency in world languagesand cultures and thus successfully succeed and interact in the interdependent global society of the twenty-firstcentury.
Copyright © 2009 by the Leland Stanford Junior University Board of Trustees. All rights reserved. Except as permittedunder the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval systemor transmitted, in any form, or by any means, electronic, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the priorpermission in writing from the California Foreign Language Project, Stanford University, CERAS, Room 131, Stanford,California 94305-3084.For further information and for how to obtain copies of this publication, please visit www.stanford.edu/group/CFLP
California ForeignLanguage Project
 
Learning World Languagesand Cultures in California:
A Stimulus for Academic and Economic Success
Published by the California Foreign Language ProjectStanford University School of Education, Stanford, California, 2009
Tracy SteeleLindsay OishiKathleen O'ConnorDuarte M. Silva

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