Illinois Association of Multilingual Multicultural Education
Our Mission:

To promote and develop professional competence and standards in educational services for linguistically and culturally diverse students in cooperation with teacher training institutions; national, state, and local educational agencies; and professional as well as community organizations.

To hold seminars and conferences for the promotion, development, and enhancement of meaningful, effective, and efficient educational services for linguistically and culturally diverse students in Illinois with an emphasis on multilingualism and multiculturalism.

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Welcome to IAMME

IAMME Fall Event 2020 Engaging Students and Parents in Remote Learning
Thursday, October 15 




IAMME Fall Virtual Event
Dr. José Medina - Back by Popular Demand!

Engaging Students and Parents in Remote Learning
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Registration/sign-in: 4:00 p.m. 
Presentation: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.





A zoom link will be sent 48 hours before the event starts.
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Registration/sign-in: 4:00 p.m. 
Presentation: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.





Historical Background:

Originally, the Illinois Association for Bilingual Education (IABE) was a pioneer affiliate of NABE. It was founded in the early 70′s in response to the need for promoting educational services for potentially English proficient (PEP) students in the State of Illinois. In 1988, in an effort to include all educators involved with linguistically and culturally diverse students, the name was changed to the Illinois Association for Multilingual Multicultural Education (IAMME).


IAMME’s purpose is twofold:
The promotion of meaningful, effective, and efficient education for linguistically and culturally diverse students which includes the development of multilingualism and multiculturalism.

The promotion of quality educational practices for developing an appreciation for cultural and linguistic diversity in a global society.


 
Quick Links
IRC

ITBE

NABE

!!!!!!!!!Click on this Cal link to get great resources on Bilingual and Dual language education 

Cal News!!!!!!!!!

Latino Policy Forum Illinois English Learner Handbook 



Article about Undocumented immigrants in the time of COVID-19  by Sarah Heinz elementary education major at NIU. Her professor is James Cohen, Ph.D., Associate Professor of ESL/Bilingual Education Northern Illinois University

















 

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