From the Editor: Roselyn Rauch — Good, Better, Best
President's Message: Sandee McBride — Spotlight on 2015 Spring Conference Keynotes
Vice-President's Message: JoAnne M. Negrín —Seal of Biliteracy: Keeping it Exciting in Year 2
2015 Spring Conference: Gwen Franks — Spring Conference 2015: Register Now!
Liaison: Tina Kern — Safe... At Last!
Technology: Marilyn Pongracz — Favorite Websites:http://www.ecetech.net
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Special Interest Groups
Adult Education: Deborah DeBlasio — Pathways for ELLs in Adult Education Programs
Bilingual/ESL Middle School: Noreen Drucker — The English Language- An Enigma Unto Itself
Early Childhood: Monica Schnee — New and Noteworthy
ESL Secondary: Marcella Garavaglia — Restorative Practices in Schools
Higher Education: Howard Pomann — Bridging the Gap for Students with University Experience
Parent and Community Action: Karen Nemeth — Resources for Parent and Community Action
Socio-Political Issues: Elizabeth Franks — Position Statement on Protecting the Rights of English Language Learners
Special Education: Sonia Bertini— Introducing Your New SPED SIG Representative
Supervisors: Regina Postogna — Highlights of the 2014-2015 Year
Teacher Education: Kristi A. Bergman —Call for Poster Sessions
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