Multistate Association for Bilingual Education, Northeast

         A nonprofit organization for educators, families, and policy makers

           (formerly known as Massachusetts Association for Bilingual Education)

Advocacy - (being understood) combines respect for all participants with the courage to speak your voice, share your insights, and advance the dialogue towards a new understanding of the whole. (L.R. Beaumont)

An Act Relative to Certification of Interpreters in Educational Settings (HD 2334 (Re. Cabral) /SD 347(Sen. Welch)

This legislation directs the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to create standards and competencies for the training, hiring and use of interpreters in educational settings in order to provide limited English proficient (LEP) parents and students with competent interpretation services, as required by federal and state law.  Fact Sheet

Public Hearing September 4, 2019 

Massachusetts Funding Reform: A Focus on Equity

Number One for Some

September 24, 2018. In an effort to shed light on the deep inequities in the Commonwealth’s education system, a diverse group of advocates, including MABE, has formed the Massachusetts Education Equity Partnership. As part of its launch, the group has released a report titled Number One for Some, Opportunity and Achievement in Massachusetts. The report gathers and highlights critical disparities facing Black, Latino, and low-income students who continue to have a dramatically different experience in Massachusetts’ schools than their White and higher-income peers.

Bilingualism is a GIFT! 

An initiative by the Watertown Public School encouraging families to use their home language everyday. 

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