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06-30-2021
06-30-2021
9:00 am
10:30 am
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Non Data System
The Principles of Evaluating Your LEA's English Learner Program
***NOTICE: Registration for this session is currently at maximum capacity. Please register only if you are interested in being placed on the wait list. LEA teams will be informed of their registration status in advance of the first module taking place on June 30, 2021.***  

This multi-session training is grounded in research-based content to assist LEAs in complying with Title III of the  Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) which provides that LEAs regularly evaluate the effectiveness of their English learner (EL) program. Such evaluations allow LEAs to take specific actions to improve the program’s ability to foster EL achievement in English language development and academics. Participating LEA leaders will become critical consumers of data and research as they grow in their understanding of the significance of and justification for a robust formal EL program evaluation protocol. Specifically, they will be looking to meet the civil rights requirement, established in Castañeda v. Pickard, that their EL program succeeds in producing results indicating that ELs’ language barriers are being overcome within a reasonable period of time.
The series will be delivered in four modules, with 1 (one) 60 minute individual LEA coaching session conducted after each module.
By the end of this series, participants will:
•    Understand federal, state, and local requirements for EL programming, 
•    Review how WIDA English Language Development Standards Framework impacts EL learning,
•    Unpack data essentials for program evaluations,
•    Identify the components of an effective program evaluation, and
•    Develop a successful EL program evaluation protocol. 
 
Participation is limited to no more than 6 LEA teams. Teams must include, at a 
minimum, a school administrator, an LEA EL coordinator, and a data manager. Coaching sessions will be scheduled at the beginning of the series, but will conclude the week of Aug. 2, 2021.

This series is composed of four modules on Wednesdays from 9-10:30 a.m. and 1 coaching session  per LEA team between:
June 30, 2021
July 14, 2021
July 21, 2021 
July 28, 2021

AUDIENCE: Teams from LEAs serving grades preK-12 to include, at a minimum, school administrators, data managers, and EL coordinators.
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Anika Harris Anika.harris@dc.gov
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  504 ***NOTICE: Registration for this session is currently at maximum capacity. Please register only if you are interested in being placed on the wait list. LEA teams will be informed of their registration status in advance of the first module taking place on June 30, 2021.***  

This multi-session training is grounded in research-based content to assist LEAs in complying with Title III of the  Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) which provides that LEAs regularly evaluate the effectiveness of their English learner (EL) program. Such evaluations allow LEAs to take specific actions to improve the program’s ability to foster EL achievement in English language development and academics. Participating LEA leaders will become critical consumers of data and research as they grow in their understanding of the significance of and justification for a robust formal EL program evaluation protocol. Specifically, they will be looking to meet the civil rights requirement, established in Castañeda v. Pickard, that their EL program succeeds in producing results indicating that ELs’ language barriers are being overcome within a reasonable period of time.
The series will be delivered in four modules, with 1 (one) 60 minute individual LEA coaching session conducted after each module.
By the end of this series, participants will:
•    Understand federal, state, and local requirements for EL programming, 
•    Review how WIDA English Language Development Standards Framework impacts EL learning,
•    Unpack data essentials for program evaluations,
•    Identify the components of an effective program evaluation, and
•    Develop a successful EL program evaluation protocol. 
 
Participation is limited to no more than 6 LEA teams. Teams must include, at a 
minimum, a school administrator, an LEA EL coordinator, and a data manager. Coaching sessions will be scheduled at the beginning of the series, but will conclude the week of Aug. 2, 2021.

This series is composed of four modules on Wednesdays from 9-10:30 a.m. and 1 coaching session  per LEA team between:
June 30, 2021
July 14, 2021
July 21, 2021 
July 28, 2021

AUDIENCE: Teams from LEAs serving grades preK-12 to include, at a minimum, school administrators, data managers, and EL coordinators.
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