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  1. As in other countries with large immigrant populations, in Japan there is increasing interest in students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds who experience learning and behavioral difficult...

    Authors: Yukiko Konda, Yui Miura and Manabu Oi
    Citation: Multilingual Education 2015 5:2
  2. Case studies of two children with spelling difficulty are reported. LK was multilingual and ED bilingual. A training programme that targeted phonic decoding (or sublexical) spelling processes was conducted wit...

    Authors: Georgia Z Niolaki, Jackie Masterson and Aris R Terzopoulos
    Citation: Multilingual Education 2014 4:20
  3. Varied realities surround the use of mother tongue education in Africa. These realities are entrenched in the attitudes and misconceptions that have gone unchallenged due to inadequate literature on the succes...

    Authors: Angelina N Kioko, Ruth W Ndung’u, Martin C Njoroge and Jayne Mutiga
    Citation: Multilingual Education 2014 4:18
  4. The large influx of Chinese language learners into the People's Republic of China from different countries shapes the Chinese as a foreign language classroom as a multilingual and multinational domain. However...

    Authors: Danping Wang and Andy Kirkpatrick
    Citation: Multilingual Education 2012 2:3
  5. After the handover of Hong Kong to China, a first-ever policy of "bi-literacy and tri-lingualism" was put forward by the Special Administrative Region Government. Under the trilingual policy, Cantonese, the mo...

    Authors: Kwai Sang Lee and Wai Mun Leung
    Citation: Multilingual Education 2012 2:2