The Need for Language Interpretation in U.S. Schools (Interactive Infographic)

The Need for Language Interpretation in U.S. Schools (Infographic)
Language diversity and the need for language interpretation in U.S. Schools

Source: Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count Data Center

How does language diversity impact the need for language interpretation in U.S. schools? Earlier this month, we looked at the growing number of limited-English proficient students in U.S. schools. In this post, we take a closer look at the language support needs of children in education settings.

As of 2016, almost 1 in 4 children in the U.S. (more the 12 million) speak a language other than English at home. The rise of English Language Learning (ELL), ESL and bilingual students in the United States poses unique challenges for school systems and educators. Schools must, under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, ensure that students who are learning English have equal opportunity to progress academically. With the help of interpreters and translators in education settings, educators can ensure that students and families who are learning English are receiving the language support they need to progress in school.
Do you know what languages are spoken by children in your area? Hover over the interactive map to learn more about ELL students by U.S. state, children in immigrant families, and the 30 most common languages that have been reported to be spoken by children in U.S. homes. 

Children and Linguistic Diversity: The Need for Language Interpretation in U.S. Schools

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