Lakeland Dual Language Program Study AY 2016 –17 to AY 2018 –19
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Type of Work23 pages
Citation of Original PublicationMata-McMahon, Jennifer; Burggraf-Bassett, Laurel; Salas, Ana Gabriela; Michael, Joshua L.; Lakeland Dual Language Program Study AY 2016 –17 to AY 2018 –19; Sherman Center For Early Learning in Urban Communities (2020); https://shermancenter.umbc.edu/files/2020/12/SHER2020Report1.pdf
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Lakeland Dual Language Program
Sherman Center Research
This study looks at evaluating the design and implementation of the Lakeland Dual Language Program (DLP). Lakeland is a Full-Service Community School (FSCS) in Baltimore, Maryland serving primarily Latinx and African American students. The purpose of this study is twofold: 1) to document the design, implementation and scaling of the FSCS’s DLP, coming into its fifth cohort (this report considered cohorts one through three), and 2) to gauge the impact the program has had on the learning outcomes of Emergent Bilingual (EBs). The ultimate goal of this ongoing study is to allow for dissemination and replication of the DLP into other public schools in the district and beyond.