Mission Statement: Through a balanced program of research, professional development, and public education, WIABE supports and encourages the implementation of educational policies and effective bilingual-bicultural programs that promote equal educational opportunity and academic excellence for all language minority students. WIABE firmly believes that only enrichment (additive) forms of bilingual education ensure that language minority students are successful academically and develop age-appropriate English proficiency while, at the same time maintain a sense of pride in culture and diversity.

Click Here to see WIABE’s Bylaws

Voting for the proposed changes to the  bylaws will take place on May 3-5, 2019 during the 2019 WIABE conference. If you have any questions regarding the WIABE bylaws, please contact Kathy Henn-Reinke at hennrein@uwosh.edu.

Click Here to view the WIABE Proposed 2019 Bylaws


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