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Taking stock of dual language learner identification and strengthening procedures and policies

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This report examines the extent to which federal agencies, states, and localities have procedures or guidance in place to identify DLLs in early childhood programs. It begins by providing an overview of the significance of accurately identifying DLLs, as well as the substantial costs of failing to do so. (author abstract)

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