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Building an Equitable System for DLLs in the California Master Plan for Early Learning and Care

2020-10-07T19:38:44-07:00

October 7, 2020 Building an Equitable System for DLLs in the California Master Plan for Early Learning and Care As the state copes with the profound shocks of COVID-19, civil rights uprisings, and the constant threat of environmental devastation, California must recapture the forward-looking optimism [...]

Building an Equitable System for DLLs in the California Master Plan for Early Learning and Care2020-10-07T19:38:44-07:00

Remembering Ruby Takanishi

2020-10-05T11:54:51-07:00

Remembering Ruby Takanishi (1946 ─ 2020)   It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the passing of our founding board member, and longtime dual-language learner advocate, Dr. Ruby Takanishi. The early education leader and research pioneer passed away peacefully earlier this month. [...]

Remembering Ruby Takanishi2020-10-05T11:54:51-07:00

Elevating Urgent Needs of Young Dual Language Learners and Their Families During COVID-19

2020-09-25T17:31:08-07:00

September 25, 2020 Elevating Urgent Needs of Young Dual Language Learners and Their Families During COVID-19 Everyone is feeling the impact of COVID-19 as the country grinds through yet another month of abnormalcy, with low-income and communities of color bearing the brunt the most.  [...]

Elevating Urgent Needs of Young Dual Language Learners and Their Families During COVID-192020-09-25T17:31:08-07:00

Closing the Learning Divide for Young DLLs during COVID-19 and Beyond

2020-09-23T01:52:57-07:00

September 21, 2020 Closing the Learning Divide for Young DLLs during COVID-19 and Beyond As data on the pandemic continue to roll in, it's clear that the pandemic's burdens are not shared equally. It is increasingly evident that California’s families of color--the state’s linguistically [...]

Closing the Learning Divide for Young DLLs during COVID-19 and Beyond2020-09-23T01:52:57-07:00

What Does it Really Mean to Support English Learners in the Time of Coronavirus?

2020-07-24T13:09:47-07:00

July 27, 2020 What Does it Really Mean to Support English Learners in the Time of Coronavirus? By Joanna Meadvin & Jennifer Diehl When schools across the globe were forced to close in the spring, educators scrambled to adapt their resources to best meet students’ [...]

What Does it Really Mean to Support English Learners in the Time of Coronavirus?2020-07-24T13:09:47-07:00

EdSource

2020-07-17T09:24:43-07:00

Helping English learners succeed should be a top priority for schools amid the pandemic

EdSource2020-07-17T09:24:43-07:00

Now Available: New Resource Hub Gathers Tools to Bring California’s English Learner Roadmap to Life

2020-06-26T17:27:51-07:00

[OAKLAND, Calif. – June 26, 2020] – As California leads the way to protect our families and uphold our values in response to COVID-19, it is more important than ever for us to come together and share resources to ensure all of our students, particularly Dual Language Learners and English learners, thrive.

Now Available: New Resource Hub Gathers Tools to Bring California’s English Learner Roadmap to Life2020-06-26T17:27:51-07:00

New Initiative, EL RISE!, Awarded $5 Million to Help School Districts Improve Education for English Learners

2020-06-26T17:29:36-07:00

OAKLAND, CA — June 2020 — Californians Together, in partnership with SEAL and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL), has been awarded a $5 million Educator Workforce Incentive Grant from the California Department of Education.

New Initiative, EL RISE!, Awarded $5 Million to Help School Districts Improve Education for English Learners2020-06-26T17:29:36-07:00