This brief is part of the Landscape of Language Learners in California’s MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support). This brief highlights findings from a study focused on how California’s Multi-Tiered System of Support (CA MTSS) framework serves English- Learner (EL) classified students1.
New Mexico prioritizes equitable educational opportunities and achievement for English learner students. One of the state's literacy goals is focused on helping educators deliver high-quality literacy instruction that supports the development of stronger literacy and writing skills among English learner students.
This series of briefs brief explores the potential of four research-based policy levers to support access to core content courses for students classified as English Learners (ELs). The levers include bilingual education, counselor availability, teacher preparation, and extra instructional time.
These authors analyze student survey data related to sense of belonging and relationships with teachers and adults within and across the fastest growing subgroup of K–12 public school students: students classified as English learners (ELs).
Como parte de los esfuerzos Raise the Bar del ED para crear caminos para la participación global, el Departamento está trabajando para brindar a cada estudiante un camino hacia el multilingüismo y al mismo tiempo garantizar el acceso equitativo a una educación de alta calidad para los estudiantes que son estudiantes de inglés (EL), que históricamente han sido desatendidos. En esta carta, el Secretario de Educación de EE. UU. comparte una serie de recursos del Departamento sobre cómo apoyar a los estudiantes EL.
This report examines the number of SEAs that provide guidance in collecting and using students’ prior education experiences in initial enrollment, as well as the specificity of the guidance that SEAs provide.
This document provides a review of general and EL-specific research on early literacy, drawing from both to define a vision for foundational literacy skills instruction for ELs.
Thanks to rapid increases in the state's Hispanic and Asian populations, the number of Texas students classified as English Learners has surged in the past decade, from approximately 830,000 in 2010 to more than 1.1 million today. In the charter sector, change has been even more rapid.