The Los Angeles Times (9/12, Watanabe) reported this weekend that education officials in California “agreed to boost oversight of school district efforts to help the state’s 1.4 million students learning English” after a judge ruled last year that the state “had failed to compel numerous school districts to provide” that help. According to the Times, state officials agreed to a new process in which they will better identify students in need of English language education, better inform districts on those students and their obligation to provide help, and bolster oversight.
Monday, September 14, 2015
California To Increase Oversight Of ESL Services.
Posted by Room #18 at 6:48 AM