Multistate Association for Bilingual Education, Northeast

A nonprofit organization for  educators, families, and policy makers

(formerly known as Massachusetts Association for Bilingual Education)

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Dual Language Leadership Network Meeting

Purpose of Network:

  • Networking for Leaders of Dual Language Educational Programs
  • Mutual support for Leaders of Dual Language Educational Programs
  • Support for the growth of new and existing dual language programs
  • Identifying professional development needs for dual language teachers, staff, and administrators
  • Sharing research and field related program and instructional information regarding dual language programs
Intended Audience:
  • Dual Language Programs Leaders include - School Principals, Assistant Principals, Curriculum Coordinators and/or Instructional Coaches; Consultants and Professionals of Teacher Preparation Education in Institutes of Higher Education may also belong to this Network.
Fee: $75.00/meeting


  • Payment by purchase order, check, or credit card (Click "Pay Online" at time of registration).
       Location: TBD for each meeting, typically one meeting in greater Boston area and one meeting in central MA near CT and RI border

       Time: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

Certificate of PDP's available for participation in this Network

      Schedule for SY 2018-2019

   Meeting: Saturday, April 27, 2019
    • Time: 9:00 - 2:00 pm, includes light breakfast and lunch; check-in and breakfast at 8:30 am
    • Location: Chandler Magnet School, 525 Chandler St, Worcester, MA
    • Meeting Agenda 

Bilingual Education Endorsement

  • Updates on licensing information
  • Teacher Prep approved programs

Exemplars of District Supports and Resources

Panel presentation of exemplars of supports by district and school leaders.

    • Gen Greici, Jennifer LaBollita, Evanggelia Diamantopoulos - Framingham, MA
    • Aradhana Mudambi - Windham, CT
MABE introduces the "DLE Readiness Continuum" - a tool describing levels of commitment and support for new programs.
  • Supports and Resources, Strand 7 in the Guiding Principles of Dual Language Education, Principle 1 The Program is supported by all key stakeholders

    "For dual language education programs, strong administrative support needs to come from the school district, the local board of education, and state policies, as these entities and policies can facilitate or hinder program implementation."



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