A new analysis of ELL performance in some California districts by the Education Trust-West reveals a small number of districts breaking patterns of low achievement for students still learning English.
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July 01, 2014
Researchers have launched a new tool to help policymakers better analyze and report the needs of shifting English-learner populations at schools from year to year.
October 21, 2013
English Language Learners in L.A. Unified will be sorted into classes based on English fluency levels.
March 22, 2013
The Council of the Great City Schools has compiled one of the most comprehensive data snapshots to date of English-learners in the nation's largest school systems.
November 12, 2012
Plaintiffs in a long-running desegregation lawsuit against Tucson Unified join the school district and the U.S. Department of Justice in submitting a draft plan to settle the case that calls for bringing back the controversial Mexican-American studies course.
October 10, 2012
Springdale, Ark., district hopes to lure up to 100 bilingual graduates back as classroom teachers.
July 05, 2012
The Office of Civil Rights will investigate a claim that Wake County Public School System discriminate against limited English proficient students and their parents - especially Latino students - according to the Southern Poverty Law Center and Legal Aid North Carolina
May 30, 2012
The "Understanding Language" team of English-learner experts is developing numerous instructional resources to help educators succeed in teaching the more rigorous standards to ELLs.
September 30, 2011
Some interesting news from Florida: Last week, Florida's Board of Education voted that parents of English-language learners can opt for their child to stop receiving ELL services even if the student has not tested as proficient in English. The main concern is that this opt-out implies that the dis...
March 17, 2011
Eva Moskowitz, the CEO of the Success Charter Network in New York City, is criticizing schools in the Big Apple for taking too long to teach students with limited English skills to learn the language.