Free SEAL Resources for Educators
— José Manzo, Superintendent, Oak Grove School District
SEAL has changed the impact of how students learn in our classroom. Our English language learners have consistently made significant progress where in the past we haven’t.
Evidence from state investment shows districts should look closer to home for bilingual teacher candidates
New Policy Brief! Building the Supply of Bilingual Teachers in California:
SEAL Teaching and Learning Outcomes in 12 School Districts: Summary of a Multiyear Evaluation Studying the Replication of the SEAL Model
From 2015 to 2019, Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL), in partnership with the Wexford Institute, conducted a rigorous multiyear evaluation to study SEAL’s implementation and outcomes in 67 schools from 12 California districts. The evaluators found that SEAL improved teaching practices and that SEAL ELs demonstrated stronger engagement as well as positive language development and academic outcomes.
In-depth case studies illustrating how education systems change when an assets-based and research-based approach to learning for ELs/DLLs is applied.
The SEAL Model and Its Implementation Across Three Exemplar Districts
— Nuria Godcharles, Teacher, Redwood City School District
SEAL builds dreams. Our students are already little scientists and little historians. If they continue on this path, they will realize their dreams.
shares a snapshot of our
last quarter and some
highlights of events to come!