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English Learners: College and Career Readiness (February 2020)

Published Year
2020
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

Over 3.3 million high school students participated in SAT or ACT exams in the 2015–16 school year. Over 93,000 English learners participated in SAT or ACT exams in school year 2015–16.

English Learners Who Are Black (March 2020)

Published Year
2020
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

In 2016, approximately 58% of foreign-born Black/African American youth aged 5–17 years old and 3% of native-born Black/African American youth aged 5–17 years old reported speaking a language other than English at home.

English Learners and Homelessness (April 2020)

Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

There were 216,295 English learners who experienced homelessness during the 2016–17 school year in U.S. public schools. While ELs make up 16% of the homeless student population, they make up only 10% of the total student population.

English Learners in Career and Technical Education (June 2020)

Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

In the 2017–18 school year, nearly 75% of all career and technical education (CTE) students were enrolled in secondary CTE programs (8,835,158 of 11,844,736 students). Of the 532,489 English learners enrolled in CTE programs, 80% (427,302 ELs) were enrolled in secondary programs.

English Learners: Absenteeism, Retention, and Suspension (August 2020)

Published Year
2020
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

This fact sheet reports data from the 2015–16 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC), a survey of nearly all public schools and school districts in the United States, which includes data on chronic student absenteeism, student retention, and in school and out-of-school student suspension.

Educational Staff Working With English Learners (August 2020)

Published Year
2020
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

The Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR) is a required annual data collection instrument administered by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. This required survey is submitted by each state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

High School Graduation Rates for English Learners (September 2020)

Published Year
2020
Resource Type
Fact Sheet
Originating Organization
OELA

Across the United States, the high school graduation rates for English learners (ELs) during the 2017–18 school year (SY) ranged from a low of 31% in New York and 36% in Louisiana to a high of 93% in West Virginia and 83% in Arkansas.