- ESOL Resources, Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center
- ESL PRO, LINCS
- CAAL: Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy: ESL
- ELL Information Center, Migration Policy Institute
- Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Federal Interagency Website: federal government and non-governmental sources of language data that can assist in assessing the LEP communities in your service area.
- Pew Hispanic Center
Facts and Statistics
- Survey of Virginia’s Foreign Born Population: Statistics region by region, 2013, Virginia Commonwealth University and The Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center
- Fast Facts English Language Learners – National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
- The Facts on Virginia’s Immigrant Communities, The Commonwealth Institute, Key Facts by Congressional District, 2013
- Immigration Data and Statistics, Homeland Security
- Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration: U. S. Department of State
Immigration and Refugees
- American Immigration Council, New Americans in Virginia, 2015
- Refugee and Resettlement Statistics, Department of Social Services, Virginia.Gov
- Migration Policy Institute: The Data Hub showcases the most current national and state-level demographic, social, and economic facts about immigrants to the U.S.
- News Releases: U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services: current and ongoing
- Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education (IEL/Civics) Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): 2016 OCTAE memorandum
- IEL/Civics Education, Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center
- Immigrants in Virginia, 2014 report, Weldon Cooper Center
- Virginia Immigrants in the Economy, 2017, The Commonwealth Institute
- Fact Sheet – New Americans in Virginia: The Political and Economic Power of Immigrants, Latinos, and Asians in the Old Dominion State, 2013, American Immigration Council
- Virginia Population Estimates, including Hispanic Estimates, 2016, Weldon Cooper Center
- The Changing Face of Virginia: Immigration and the Humanities, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH)
- U.VA. Study: One in Nine Virginians is Foreign-Born, 2014
- Refugee Resettlement in Harrisonburg and Charlottesville: WMRA, WEMC – 2016-17 articles
- Refugee and Immigrant Resources for Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., Lutheran Social Services, National Capital Area
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