This intervention report discusses the Pathway to Academic Success Project, which aims to train teachers on strategies to improve English learners’ reading and writing skills.
This brief synthesizes three REL West studies that found variations in EL students’ achievement based on varying demographic and linguistic characteristics, reinforcing the idea that different EL students would benefit from differentiated and targeted programs and services.
Children who are learning English require special consideration during remote learning. As teachers and administrators grapple with the monumental task of adapting remote instruction to English language learners, state and district leaders must continue to provide extensive support, strategies, and guidance for engaging their English learners. This guidance document aims to support that process.
Educators and administrators must be aware of the critical nature of native language maintenance. Without that understanding, schools can’t fully appreciate the current efforts to bring these languages into school settings. This REL Southwest blog highlights the importance of supporting Native American students in crucial areas such as native language acquisition, development, and preservation as well as English language acquisition […]
This blog describes how the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) uses data to better understand LEA implementation of new Structured English Immersion models and enhances LEAs as they improve their instructional services for English learners.