I was invited to speak on Entre Dos, a podcast created by Monika Leal and Paula Niño Kehr, both native Spanish speakers raising bilingual daughters. Each week, they bring stories of real families, conversations with experts, important research and resources to inspire and help their readers raise their bilingual child.Continue reading
Here is a recent review of my book, The Bilingual Revolution, The Future of Education is in Two Languages, written by Kathleen Stein-Smith, Chair of the AATF Commission on Advocacy, for the Global Studies Literature Review, published by NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
Too often researchers and educators have valuable knowledge to share with the world and lack the confidence to put down their ideas in a book. As someone who went through these steps, I can only encourage you to tell yourself “It’s possible and I can do it.” Publishing The Bilingual Revolution has opened so many doors to me, and brought so many rewarding exchanges with people over the world. If you have a how-to book in mind, a dissertation, an essay that can help families and communities around the world, consider this opportunity!Continue reading
Antoine Vaccaro est un spécialiste français de la levée de fonds et de la philanthropie. Il est également le président du CerPhi, le premier institut d’étude et de recherche français dédié à l’étude de la philanthropie, et de Faircom, un groupe international d’agences spécialisées dans la levée de fonds au service de plus de 100 organisations caritatives.Continue reading
I have been fortunate to have had several of my books illustrated by the New York-based French artist, Raymond Verdaguer. I have always been inspired by his work and the beauty of his art. This blog post seeks to present this artist’s unique technique and approach, and encourage readers to pay closer attention to his work.Continue reading
Anfang Januar habe ich am Goethe-Institut in New York die deutsche Version von The Bilingual Revolution vorgestellt, Die bilinguale revolution, Zweisprachigkeit und die Zukunft der Bildung. Da die meisten Eltern in New York ihre Kinder in den Kindergartenklassen anmeldeten, bot es sich an, über das deutsche zweisprachige Programm an der P.S. 18 Edward Bush in Williamsburg (Brooklyn) zu sprechen. Der Nettoerlös des Abends wurde an das aufstrebende zweisprachige Programm der Schule gespendet.Continue reading
173 schools, 94 cities, 34 states! These are the recent data on French dual-language immersion programs in the U.S.