The student body in today’s general educational classrooms continues to increase in diversity, with many of the students being English language learners. This growth in the number of non-English speaking students brings challenges to educators. Students’ test scores are the measurement of success for educators, resulting in a decrease of caring about students as individuals. This article addresses the importance and responsibility for Christian educators to reach out to non-English speaking students.
Monzon, Dawn M.
"Having a Heart for ALL Students,"
Christian Perspectives in Education, 2(2).
Available at: http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cpe/vol2/iss2/4