Washington, D.C. (October 21, 2019) - The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) announced its participation today in a $2.4 million grant from the U.S.
This guide aims to support state education agencies and early education partners develop coherent, research-based policy by guiding thinking, discussion, data collection, and gap analyses of current practices and policies that can lead to more intentional decision making relative to y
The English Learners (EL) collaborative constitutes the only national, sustained forum among state education agencies, researchers, policy experts, and partners on issues of standards, assessment, accountability, and policies for English Learners.
Educators play an important role in improving educational outcomes for all students, including students of color and students from low socioeconomic backgrounds, groups that historically have included large numbers of English learners (ELs).
- Click here for the Visualizing Progress webinar (related to the section, Developing a Model that Reproduces Growth Trajectories, on pages 35-44 in the Handbook)
The English Language Proficiency (ELP) Standards for English Learners with Significant Cognitive Disabilities presented in this document were developed with explicit consideration of the range of learners who make up the English learner with significant cognitive disabilities student population.
Did you know most English learners (ELs) in public schools across the country are native-born U.S. citizens? Or that it takes an average of four to seven years for ELs to become proficient in English?
The English Learners (EL) collaborative constitutes the only national, sustained forum among state education agencies, researchers, and policy experts on issues of standards, assessment, and accountability for English learners.
Understanding and Supporting the Educational Needs of Recently Arrived Immigrant English Learner Students
The foreign-born population in the United States is larger than it has ever been with over 40 million immigrants living in the country. U.S.
Handbook for Developing and Monitoring the English Language Proficiency Indicator and English Learner Progress
The purpose of this Handbook is to guide state education agencies in developing an English Language Proficiency (ELP) Indicator and how to monitor English Learners’ (EL) progress.