Have you seen the MAIN video?

The Achievement Gap Committee, formed in 2007 to highlight research, policies, and programs that help close the achievement gap, holds regular brown bag presentations. 

In December 2014, Tara Fortune from the Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition at the University of Minnesota and Tiny Maynor from Pierre Bottineau French Immersion in Minneapolis talked about the potential for language immersion education to address the achievement gap. 

The video is approximately an hour long: Overview 0-12th minute, North Carolina experience 12th-30th, Louisiana experience 30th-36th minute, Oregon experience 36th-47th minute, summary 47th-50th minute, Minnesota needs 50th minute to end.

Presentation at the Achievement Gap Committee • December 2014

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