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March 2014 Newsletter

After a very long winter in the Washington, DC region, we’re hoping that March will “come in like a lion and go out like a lamb!” Thanks for taking an interest in the DSF Consulting newsletter. DSF Consulting provides expertise to support English learners’ academic success. We worked on several projects during…

February 2014 Newsletter

At DSF Consulting, we’ve been working hard to ensure English learners receive the support they need to succeed in school. Here are some ways we have worked toward that goal in January 2014. AFT ELL Teacher Cadre Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner joined the American Federation of Teachers’ ELL Teacher Cadre…

January 2014 Newsletter

Happy New Year from DSF Consulting! This month we’d like to highlight some writing we’ll be doing which will be published in 2014 and will share links to our recent blog posts on the Colorín Colorado website. We’ll follow with a roundup of the clients and partners we collaborated with…

December 2013 Newsletter

Thank you for your interest in DSF Consulting, LLC, a woman owned small business that supports English Learner (EL) achievement. We’d like to highlight some of our recent publications, blog posts, ongoing projects, and presentations. PublicationsDiane and Ayanna’s coauthored article Practical Strategies for Implementing the Common Core with English Learners…

November 2013 Newsletter

Thank you for following DSF Consulting! We apologize for the delay in this month’s newsletter, but we had to deal with some website security issues. Thankfully the issues have been resolved. We’ll share with you the progress we’re making supporting English learners and their educators across the country. Some Current…

October 2013 Newsletter

Thank you for reading the DSF Consulting October 2013 newsletter. We have a lot of news to share with you!  Advocating for English Learners: A Guide for Educators Diane Staehr Fenner’s new book Advocating for English Learners: A Guide for Educators made its debut last week at the Illinois Bilingual…