Center for Early Care and Education Research: Dual Language Learners, 2009-2014

Project Overview

The Center for Early Care and Education Research: Dual Language Learners (CECER-DLL) is a cooperative agreement awarded by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. The primary goal of the Center is to advance the research field to improve assessment, child care, and education for dual language learners (DLLs) from birth through five years of age. The Center has completed multiple reviews of the DLL research literature, developed a conceptual framework to support future DLL work, and completed roundtables including leading DLL researchers.To access these and other resources, see Center for Early Care and Education Research-Dual Language Learners.

The point of contact is Wendy DeCourcey.

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