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Left Behind [Essay]

Based on the paper titled “Left Behind” by Misty Smith. Originally published in PSY-230 on September 17, 2017, at  Southern New Hampshire University. Culturally and linguistically diverse learners (CLDL) and emergent bilingual learners (EBL) have been increasingly in the spotlight when it comes to educational policies within the United States over the past few decades (Hardman 95). However, there […]

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