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A Look at Dual Language Learner Data Gaps

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Brief
Target Audience(s)
Dual Language/Bilingual Educators
Early Childhood Educators
Policy makers
Researchers

In 2018, New America provided nine recommendations for how state leaders can improve DLL data practices in three areas: (1) screening, identifying, and tracking DLL enrollment; (2) evaluating program quality; and (3) assessing learning outcomes. Since then, no state has addressed

Secretary EL Resource Letter

Published Year
2023
Target Audience(s)
Dual Language/Bilingual Educators
Educators of English Learners
Administrators
Policy makers

As part of ED's Raise the Bar efforts to create pathways for global engagement, the Department is working to provide every student with a pathway to multilingualism while ensuring equitable access to a high-quality education for students who are English Learners (ELs), who historically have been

Where are the Gifted English Learners and Students with Disabilities

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Journal
Target Audience(s)
Educators of English Learners
Special education teachers
Assessment researchers
Policy makers
Administrators

Prior research has documented substantial inequity across, racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines within the population of students identified as gifted.

Accelerate Beginner English Learner's Writing Skills From Day 1

Published Year
2023
Resource Type
Journal
Target Audience(s)
Educators of English Learners
Instructional Coaches
Language Researchers

This article addresses the customary practice of delaying teaching of writing for Beginner English Learners (BELs) which often results in slowing writing development.

Engaging Dual Language Learner Families in Their Children’s Early Education.

Published Year
2022
Resource Type
Brief
Target Audience(s)
Family Liaisons
Educators of English Learners
Early Childhood Educators
Early Childhood Program Administrators

Using data from the First 5 California DLL Pilot Study, this brief presents a snapshot of the family engagement strategies used in early learning and care programs serving infant, toddler, and preschool-age DLLs across the state.