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Link to publication. Stay abreast of APA and don’t forget to order your new edition. Excerpt:
We updated our hyphen guidance this year to say no hyphen is needed in a compound modifier if the modifier is commonly recognized as one phrase, and if the meaning is clear and unambiguous without the hyphen.
One example is first quarter touchdown. pic.twitter.com/8AJc0zCwJm
— AP Stylebook (@APStylebook) August 28, 2019
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KEY IMMIGRATION ISSUES
This video for all PreK-12 educators and leaders describes registration guidelines and immigration laws, and offers suggestions for welcoming new students, including unaccompanied minors, responding to ICE, as well as other ways that educators can be advocates for students and families.
APPROACHES TO EDUCATING REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS
This video shows how educators can address refugee issues, inside and outside the classroom. It also describes steps that school districts can take to ensure that immigrant families are included in their children’s education, and highlights students’ suggestions of ways that teachers can improve their schooling experiences.
IMMIGRATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
This video shows how a 1st/2nd grade bilingual teacher brings current immigration issues into her classroom through literature. The video also shows how schools can collaborate with immigrant advocacy organizations, and make stronger connections with families.
IMMIGRATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
This video highlights a high school Dream Team, and shows how other schools can start their own club for immigrant justice. It also shows how a school counselor ensures that undocumented students have access to information about attending and funding college.
Share With Your Colleagues and Families: Spanish-speaking children learn English faster when parents read to them in their native language06/11/2019
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