The American Association of Educational Research has a Special Interest Group on Bilingual Education. In February 2019 they gathered the commentaries of 13 scholars about translanguaging in dual language classrooms. You can read them here.
September 2016: The Association for Two-Way and Dual Language Education (ATDLE) recently urged a group of us researchers to write a letter to the Tucson School District. Here's my letter.
Dual-language programs benefit disadvantaged black kids, too, experts say: http://hechingerreport.org/dual-language-programs-benefit-disadvantaged-black-kids-experts-say/
Omaha Public Schools, 2016
"School success inspires North Carolina to push for dual language" (2014)
"New study shows benefits of two-way, dual-language education", Houston (2015)
"Portland immersion students become better readers" (2014)
"Students learning English benefit more in two-language instructional programs than English immersion" Stanford Univeristy (2014)
"Study Suggests Early Learning in Native Language Can Help English Skills" (2016)
Videos and documentaries:
A Summary of the Importance of Dual Language Learning for Native English Speakers Prepared by Dr. Diane Tedick, University of Minnesota, 2010
"Dual language education: A promising 50-50 model" (2005)