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06-01-2021
06-01-2021
2:30 pm
4:00 pm
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Non Data System
English Learners and the Continuous Education Guiding Principles and LEA Plans 
Are you seeking guidance and collaboration as you plan for a successful start of the school year for your English learner students? This session will provide an overview of the updated continuous education guiding principles and LEA plan application with regard to English learners specifically. The session will address the key elements of plans for serving English learners and considerations for ESSER activities to accelerate English learners’ learning.
By the end of this series, participants will be prepared to:
•    Summarize the continuous education guiding principles related specifically to English learners,
•    Address English learners in LEA continuous education plans, and
•    Develop ESSER activities that will pro-actively support English learners. 
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Jennifer Norton Jennifer.Norton@dc.gov
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