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Past Webinars

April
04, 2024
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Webinar
On April 4, 2024 The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) hosted a webinar on the need for increased support of English learners (ELs) after the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar summarized the existing documented impacts of COVID-19 on ELs and focused on ways in which local educational agencies (LEAs) and state educational agencies (SEAs) can provide enhanced
February
29, 2024
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Webinar
To celebrate Black History Month on February 29 the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) hosted a panel discussion with educators and advocates from around the country.  View this engaging conversation on supporting and celebrating multilingual and multicultural students and educators as we came together to honor the cultural heritage, contributions, and achievements of African
December
05, 2023
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Webinar
To celebrate the publication of the updated English Learner (EL) Family Toolkit and the release of the EL Family Toolkit App, the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) is hosting a series of webinars to introduce and showcase these resources. In this introductory event the presenters will review all six chapters of the toolkit and the available languages (English, Spanish, Chinese, and
November
13, 2023
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Webinar
“Raise the Bar: Lead the World” is the U.S. Department of Education’s call to action to transform education and unite around what works. Given Secretary Cardona and the Office of English Language Acquisition’s commitment to nurture all students’ multilingualism, the Seal of Biliteracy (SoBL) emerges as a promising mechanism to promote students’ competencies in multiple languages. The Seal of
November
06, 2023
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Webinar
“Raise the Bar: Lead the World” is the U.S. Department of Education’s call to action to transform education and unite around what works. Given Secretary Cardona and the Office of English Language Acquisition’s commitment to nurture all students’ multilingualism, the Seal of Biliteracy (SoBL) emerges as a promising mechanism to promote students’ competencies in multiple languages. The Seal of