This Dear Colleague Letter outlines federal regulations that protect the educational rights of all students, including immigrants.
The Bilingual Education Code outlines what schools must do to provide equitable educational access to ELLs.
Implementing ELL Programs describes the allowable English language services as per the Bilingual Education Code.
THREAD provides districts with creative hiring practices to recruit and retain bilingual educators.
FABRIC provides educators who are not familiar with instructing ELLs with strategies to provide ELLs access to content while learning English.
The EL Toolkit is a companion resource to the Dear Colleague Letter and provides a sample of tools and resources related to each chapter.
Enrollment for Newcomers aligns credentials across academic borders to support students who enroll in a New Jersey school from a country outside the U.S.
This issue of WIDA Focus On discusses factors that influence the instruction of Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFEs).
Bilingual/ESL New Supervisor’s Fundamentals Checklist and Key Points includes information new supervisors should know in their role, such as ELL identification, assessments, data reporting and funding.