ESSA & English Language Learners is the headline of one of my Education Week Teacher columns.
There has been a lot written about The Every Student Succeeds Act (The Best Resources On The No Child Left Behind Reauthorization Process), though not as much on how it will affect English Language Learners.
Here’s a start (and I’ll be adding more):
New Version Of “No Child Left Behind” Passes House – Includes Changes For English Language Learners is a post I wrote earlier this month.
Here’s a summary from the American Federation of Teachers on how the new law will affect ELLs.
The Every Student Succeeds Act and Dual Language Learners is from Ed Central.
New education law puts more pressure on states to serve English learners is from Ed Source.
ELL Advocates Hopeful and Wary of New Federal K-12 Law is from Ed Week.
What does ESSA mean for ELLs? is from Colorin Colorado.
Hope for English-Language Learners is from U.S. News.
New federal law puts spotlight on English learners is from Ed Source.
Tests for English-Learners Dominate ESSA Regulations Discussion is from Ed Week.
Ed. Dept Seeks Advice on ESSA’s English-Language-Learner Rules is from Ed Week.
ESSA and English Language Learners is from the National Association of State Boards of Education.
Ed. Dept. Releases ESSA Guidance for English-Language Learners is from Ed Week. It’s about these guidelines just released by the Dept. of Ed.
ESSA’s impact on English Language Learners: What we know so far is from ELLevation.
4 ways ESSA will change how schools serve ELL students is from Education Dive.
Effective: The Most Important Word in the ESSA is from ELLevation.
TESOL has published English Language Learners and ESSA: What Educators Need To Know.
ESSA’s Impact for English-Learners Unclear is from Ed Week.
The “Why” Behind the Extended Four-Year Monitoring Period is from ELLevation.
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