Kentucky: Possible EL Accommodations

14/11/2016

Please not all the listings supporting ELs in their native language.  Depending on the Access/WAPT assessment the following accommodations are allowed:

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USA: Title III Update

06/10/2016

16-17-newsletter-9-29-16 downloadable

And a webinar:

Good afternoon,

Please find attached the National Council of State Title III Directors (NCSTIIID) welcoming newsletter. The NCSTIIID will be hosting a webinar Tuesday October 18, 2016 at 11 AM ET (10 AM CT). The webinar will consist of a presentation Patrick Rooney and Millie Bentley-Memon from USED on the Title III and the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Supreet Annand from the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), and Stanford University’s Kenji Hakuta.

The webinar will be open to the public and later archived on the NCSTIIID web site. Future NCSTIIID webinar offerings will be available to members only.

NCSTIIID 2016-17 Kickoff Webinar

Join us for a webinar on Oct 18, 2016 at 11:00 AM EDT.

Register now!

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4736469970530602500

Coming together to support English Learners: A networking opportunity for LEAs, SEAs and EL Advocates. Come and meet the Board, learn about our initiatives planned for this year and find ways to get yourself involved!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

View System Requirements

Thank you,

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Gary Martin

Title III/EL Program Consultant, Diverse Learners Branch,

Division of Learning Services

Office of Teaching and Learning

Kentucky Department of Education

300 Sower Blvd. – 5th floor

Frankfort, KY 40601

(502) 564-4970, ext. 4157/Fax (502) 564-6721

Email: gary.martin@education.ky.gov

 


All Rules in One Place

22/09/2015

ABOUT ED OFFICES

OELA: Office of English Language Acquisition

English Learner Tool Kit

On January 7, 2015, the Departments of Education and Justice issued a Dear Colleague Letter (DCL) which outlined legal obligations to English Learners under civil rights laws.

The English Learner Tool Kit helps state and local education agencies help English Learners (ELs) by fulfilling these obligations.

The Toolkit has 10 chapters (one for each section of the DCL), and contains an overview, sample tools, and resources.

Cover page (PDF, 335KB)

Introduction (PDF, 294KB) | Translations: Chinese simplified (PDF, 82KB) | Chinese traditional (PDF, 136KB) | Spanish (PDF, 65KB) |Lao (PDF, 91KB) | Korean (PDF, 140KB) | Hmong (PDF, 60KB) | Khmer (Cambodian) (PDF, 401KB) | Russian (PDF 426, KB) | Tagalog(PDF, 274KB) | Vietnamese (PDF, 349KB).

Chapter 1: Identifying All English Learner Students (PDF, 1.5MB)

Chapter 2: Providing English Learners with a Language Assistance Program (PDF, 800KB)

Chapter 3: Staffing and Supporting an EL Program (PDF, 921KB)

Chapter 4: Meaningful Access to Core Curricular, Extra Curricular Programs (PDF, 1.75MB)

Chapter 5: Creating an Inclusive Environment and Avoiding Unnecessary Segregation (PDF, 910KB)

Chapter 6: Addressing English Learners with Disabilities (PDF, 1.27MB)

Chapter 7: Serving English Learners who Opt-Out of EL Programs (PDF, 386KB)

Chapter 8: Monitoring and Exiting English Learners from EL Programs and Services (PDF, 1.23MB)

Chapter 9: Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Districts EL Program (PDF, 907KB)

Chapter 10: Ensuring Meaningful Communication with Limited English Proficient Parents (PDF, 1.26MB)

To request the tool kit in an alternate format as a reasonable accommodation, i.e. Braille, large print, CD Rom or audio, please contact Amanda Feliciano by phone, 202-401-1339 or email at: Amanda.Feliciano@ed.gov.


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