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Educators and administrators from nine California school districts, spanning 345 miles across the state, recently came together to discuss the changing policy landscape and the systems they have in place to help English Learners (ELs) succeed in school and beyond.
As a partner in this work, we were thrilled to foster these connections and learn about the different ways districts are addressing their goals by using Ellevation to support educators and help students. The key takeaway was thesheer amount of improvements and efficiencies gained by taking a traditionally paper-based process, such as RFEP monitoring, and moving it all online.
Among the discussion, we heard from:
We’ve learned a great deal from our partners in California, and we’re heartened by the impactful ways districts use our tools to help EL students. We’re excited to head back there next week for CABE 2017 as we continue pursuing the shared goal of bettering the lives of ELs and the educators who serve them.
Here are a few ways we can connect at the conference:
View the discussion thread.