Photo of Judith PeteAbout two years ago, I was finishing up a class for a graduate degree and was required to complete a case study on an English language learner. I had to spend several hours weekly with this student, asking him questions and revising his writing. I chose him because he fit the bill: He was the only English language learner in my class that semester.

During our second week together, I realized that I was getting to know him very well. He was not outstanding in any way. He had average grades.

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