Educational Institutions

Dual Language Education of New Mexico

  • Albuquerque, NM
  • www.dlenm.org

Mission Statement

To develop, support, and advocate for high-quality dual language enriched education in New Mexico. Desarrollar, apoyar y abogar por una educación de lenguaje dual de la más alta calidad en Nuevo México.

Main Programs

  1. Program 1
  2. Dual Language Bright Spots
  3. La Cosecha Dual Language Conference
  4. Achievement Inspired Mathematics for Scaffolding Student Success (AIM4S3)
  5. Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD)
Service Areas

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New Mexico

Historically Dual Language Education of New Mexico primary geographic area served has been the state of New Mexico.   Due to an increase in need for the training provided, we have expanded our services to several states across the country.  The annual dual language conference hosted by Dual Language Education of New Mexico, La Cosecha, has participants from across the US and several countries.

ruling year

2007

Principal Officer

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Mr. David Rogers

Deputy Director

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Edward Tabet-Cubero

Keywords

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dual language education, bilingual education, two-way immersion, heratige language, developmental bilingual, foreign language immersion, cultural competence

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EIN

85-0477820

 Number

0700013748

Also Known As

DLeNM

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

IRS Filing Requirement

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Programs + Results

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Overview

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DLeNM Strategic Plan 2008 – 2013DLeNM Supports New Mexico in Becoming National Model for Dual Language Enrichment Education through the realization of the following Strategic Goals: #1: Maintaining a Clearinghouse for Dual Language Education Resources – www.dlenm.org#2: Transformative Leadership in Advocacy and Resource Development#3: Developing Exemplary K-12 Dual Language Education Models in New Mexico

Programs

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Program 1

Working with the school community, DLeNM offers planning and program self-evaluation retreats; professional development for teachers; and Dual Language 101/Overview presentations to policy makers, businesses, board of educations, etc.

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Dual Language Bright Spots

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La Cosecha Dual Language Conference

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Achievement Inspired Mathematics for Scaffolding Student Success (AIM4S3)

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Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD)

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Service Areas

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New Mexico

Historically Dual Language Education of New Mexico primary geographic area served has been the state of New Mexico.   Due to an increase in need for the training provided, we have expanded our services to several states across the country.  The annual dual language conference hosted by Dual Language Education of New Mexico, La Cosecha, has participants from across the US and several countries.

Funding Needs

Below is a listing of the programs which we are continually developing and seeking additional resources and funding: DLeNM Clearinghouse Through the Clearinghouse, DLeNM makes high quality resources for students, teachers, administrators, and families involved in dual language education. www.dlenm.org Achievement Inspired Mathematics for Scaffolding Student Success (AIM4S3) AIM4S3 an instructional mathematics model which provides teachers with specific tools and strategies that enable students, including English language learners (ELLs) and academic language learners (ALLs), to access the academic content being taught, and to become fluent in demonstrating their understanding. http://www.dlenm.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=295 Dual Language Bright Spots This three-year project was designed to accomplish the following: demonstrate the power of dual language, multicultural enrichment education; build on NM’s cultural and linguistic capital; narrow the achievement gap between language minority and native English-speaking students; and develop a multilingual/multicultural global citizenry to compete in a global economy. http://www.dlenm.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=415 La Cosecha Dual Language Conference. First organized by teachers in 1997, La Cosecha provides participants the opportunity to share best practices, current research, and network with colleagues and experts in the field of dual language education. http://www.dlenm.org/lacosecha2013/ Janet Monotya Schoeppner Memorial Scholarship Fund DLENM awards an annual scholarship to educational assistants and teachers who are currently working towards completion of their bilingual certification.http://www.dlenm.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=259&Itemid=48 Dual Language Education of New Mexico Endowment Fund In 2012 DLeNM the board of directors established an endowment fund, not only to ensure long-term sustainability for DLeNM, but also to guarantee a future of continued support for high-quality dual language programs within our state and at a national level. www.dlenm.org

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Dual Language Education of New Mexico
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
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Dual Language Education of New Mexico

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Mr. David Rogers

Deputy Director

Edward Tabet-Cubero

BIO

David Rogers has served as a dual language classroom teacher, program coordinator and elementary site administrator over the last eighteen years. For DLeNM David works with site administrators in the proper implementation and management of dual language programs. Is Ed.S in Educational Administration from the University of New Mexico, and M.A. is in Bilingual/Bicultural Education from Columbia's Teachers College

STATEMENT FROM THE Principal Officer

"DLeNM’s mission has focused on the development, support and advocacy for high-quality dual language enriched education in New Mexico. As we reflect upon the work of our first ten years, DLeNM is focused on developing a new strategic plan that will map out our work for the next ten years. We celebrate the fact that our work within the great state of New Mexico continues to grow, and that our impact as a professional community has reached far beyond our state borders and is positively impacting the dream of K-12 dual language education at the national level. As we consider the inevitable reauthorization of the Elementary, Secondary Education Act (No Child Left Behind), DLeNM will be working closely with educators, school leadership, policy makers and state/national administrations to:- improve the program and instruction for second language learning in our country- identify the resources needed to ensure appropriate growth of new and veteran programs positioning themselves to serve a larger number of students and families-ensure the promise of dual language education (for ALL) as a cornerstone of the reauthorized Elementary, Secondary Education Act (ESEA)As we look to the future of DLeNM we are uniquely positioned to help lead New Mexico and the United States to a shared vision of providing children with a world-class, multilingual, multicultural education for all. DLeNM is a committed member of a national network of technical assistance centers, universities, school districts, researchers, etc that include:IRC, ATDLE, CAL, NDLC, SFPS, DPS, APS, AMME, OAMME, MABE, NABE, SAAABE, CESDP-Highlands, American Indian Policy, Research and Teacher Training Center, SRC, WIDA, Virginia Collier, Wayne Thomas, NM Public Education Department, etc.This network works collaboratively on a number of initiatives designed to strengthen dual language education including:Lit Squared, La Cosecha Dual Language Conference, TWBI Summer Institute, Cocomo (CCSS for Bilingual Context), SALSA, Two-Way Immersion Summer Conference, NABE Dual Language Pre-Conference, DL Research Convocation,DLeNM invites other government agencies, non-profit and for-profit organizations to join us in our mission to bring quality dual language education to every student and family wanting to participate. Dual Language Education – An Education All Our Children Deserve"

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Diana Pinkston

East San Jose Elementary

Term: 2009 - 2011

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