To foster equity and inclusion and internationalize, higher education institutions should offer degree-credit for ESOL courses, thus valuing multilingual students’ prior learning, recognizing the learners’ journeys toward global citizenship, and highlighting the rigor of English language programs and expertise of faculty. Authors discuss the rationale and next steps for implementing ESOL credit at higher education institutions.
McClendon, Kelly and McGee, Tracey
"Advocating for and Implementing Credit for ESOL Classes,"
EnglishUSA Journal: Vol. 8, Article 4.
Available at: https://surface.syr.edu/englishusa_journal/vol8/iss1/4