Ensure ELL Success with
Statistics from the Census Bureau indicate that students not proficient in English will be the fastest-growing segment of the population over the next decade. English proficiency is critical to preparing ELL students for strong academic performance, graduation, and subsequent college and career success.
Closing the Achievement Gap for ELLs
English Language Learners (ELLs) do not succeed at the same rate as their English-speaking peers. As the number of ELLs grows rapidly, the challenges increase. Closing the achievement gap requires a concerted effort on the part of parents, teachers, administrators, and communities. Together, we can bridge this gap and ensure these students succeed.
ELLs - On the Road to Academic Success
Helping ELL students speak, read, write, and understand English is key not only to success with the Common Core, but across the curriculum. In this recorded webinar, Dr. Bernadette B. Musetti and Dr. Maria Montalvo-Balbed explore the difficulties that ELLs face in the classroom as well as best practices in effective instruction for their teachers.
Personalize Language Learning
As digital learning tools evolve, so does the capability to provide each student with an individualized learning experience.
Accelerate Professional Development
Educators can also benefit from developing language skills to better communicate with students' families as populations diversify.