Moving Beyond the English Learner Label
When schools closed last spring, even if learning continued remotely, English learners (ELs) missed out on important opportunities for direct instruction and language practice.
Assessments will be key this fall to determine the extent of language and learning loss, identify the specific areas a student is struggling in, and plan instruction that moves ELs toward language proficiency and out of EL programming.
In this whitepaper, learn more about assessments and the important role they play in helping ELs achieve linguistic equity and academic excellence. It covers:
- Challenges in supporting ELs
- Using English assessment measures with ELs
- Building a comprehensive EL assessment plan
- And more!