3 Strategies to Increase Resiliency in English Learners

By Yessica Esmeralda O’Connor The number of English learners (ELs) is expanding nationally, currently averaging 10 percent of the student population (varying significantly by state, with CA at 19 percent and TX at 18 percent). The highest percentage of students reside in urban schools, followed by suburban, then rural schools. In the classroom, ELs often have unique needs and strengths. In addition to language challenges, ELs have additional difficulties: living in a new country, trying to fit into a new school, making new friends. They may also have significant family responsibilities or experience with trauma. Research and data show that EL […]

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