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K12TRANSLATE BLOG (WWW.K12TRANSLATE.COM/BLOG)

The goal of the K12Translate Blog is to provide district educators and administrators with tips on how to communicate with diverse audiences more effectively; insight on best practices for helping streamline translation; case studies; and other information relating to new legislation and immigration trends. The blog comes from the new K12 Translate, an online languagetranslation service for school districts and educational institutions. Price: blog is free; translation services range from $.16-$.20/word Category: ELL, ESL, foreign language
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