Helping English learners achieve proficiency in the English language while also learning the same rigorous academic content as their native English-speaking peers is the job of every district and school that serves this growing population of students. But many schools struggle to do this, for myriad reasons that include educators’ mindsets and a lack of resources.
In this webinar, guests will talk about the educational, economic, and equity imperative for ensuring English learners get the supports they need to succeed in school and beyond.
Together, you will discuss:
- The actions they are taking to change mindsets about teaching English learners
- Concrete strategies and steps that are working in their communities
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