See ELSF’s Guidance and Resources for Supporting Instruction of English Learners During COVID-19

We equip educators to help English Learners succeed.

English Learners During COVID-19

ELSF is producing guidance and resources for supporting remote instruction of English Learners during school closures caused by COVID-19

Enhance your instructional materials

We’ve created a library of evidence-based resources and tools that support English language arts (ELA) and mathematics materials developers and educators as they create and adapt instructional materials to be more inclusive of EL students.
THE CHALLENGE

Teachers Lack Language-Focused Training and Tools

TOo Few are Certified
Only 20% of public school teachers are certified to teach the 4.6 million English learner students in public schools.*
Too Few Get Language-Focused Training and Tools
Only 24% of K-12 teachers reported receiving English learner-focused professional development over the last three years.*
Most Material Lacks Language Supports
Effective language development instruction is largely absent in ELA and math instructional materials for teachers.
Growing EL Population’s Academic Needs Unmet
As the English learner student population continues to grow, most teachers have or can expect to have an English learner student in their classroom.
*Source: 2011-2012 School and Staffing Survey
Using Translanguaging Strategies, teachers can view the child from an asset-based perspective; the child is seen as having a wealth of knowledge that is welcomed into the classroom and built upon. #ELL #ELs https://t.co/FidhDF8nUH https://t.co/50dZ3aD0AT
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