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Report: A Focused Look at Schools Receiving School Improvement Grants that Have Percentages of English Language Learner Students

Categories

INSTRUCTION, assessment, progress monitoring, student centered planing, STUDENTS, English language learners, struggling learners, REFORM, school improvement, systematic change

Areas

SCHOOL:Teaching Design & Practice/Equity Resource Distribution

Published

April 2014

Publisher

National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance

Abstract

Numbering nearly 5 million during the 2010-11 school year, English language learners (ELLs) are a diverse
and growing group of K-12 students whose varied linguistic, economic, and cultural backgrounds present unique
needs and assets for the school community. Nationwide, the number of ELLs in the United States has increased by
more than 10 percent in the past decade, although growth rates and percentages differ across states.

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