Since KQED is closing the ESL/Postsecondary project, this will be the final post for ESL Insights. The educator resources will remain on the website at and hopefully will be of value to you going forward.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their contributions to the blog. It has been a wonderful journey, working with you all on our shared mission and learning about all that you do to shape opportunities for immigrant communities.

Equity is at the heart of our work and it has been a privilege to play my part and work along side you all.

Please feel free to stay in touch and I look forward to hearing about future developments and success.



Final Post for ESL Insights 18 December,2013Maxine Einhorn


Maxine Einhorn

Maxine Einhorn is from London and has lived in the Bay Area for 12 years. She has worked in adult education in London,UK, for over twenty years as a tenured instructor and department manager. She has an MA in Film and TV from University of London and has taught, moderated and appraised academic work in film studies and media literacy at undergraduate and college level. She runs the ESL/ Post Secondary project at KQED which offers media-rich resources for and created by ESL educators.

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