- You Are Already a Leader: Identifying Your Leadership Skills on Behalf of ELLs
- Serving English Learners with Disabilities: How ESL/Bilingual Specialists Can Collaborate for Student Success
- Policy and Accountability Requirements: Survey for Reflection and Action
- ELL Advocacy: Selecting the Right Issues and Audiences
- Meeting Students Where They Are
- Computer-Based Common Core Testing: Considerations and Supports for ELLs
- Your Role in the Common Core: Advocating for ELLs (Part 1)
- Summer Slide and ELLs: What You Need to Know
- Three Strategies for Equitable Assessment of ELLs
- Creating a Planning Process that Meets ELLs' Needs: A Staff Development Teacher's Perspective (Part 2)
Books and Booklists
Guides and Toolkits
Research and Reports
The National Education Association's ELL advocacy guide, All In! How Educators Can Advocate for English Language Learners, offers strategies, resources, and step-by-step instructions for navigating the real-life issues educators encounter every day.
The guide also features general educators and ELL educators who tell stories about the students who inspired them to act. Do you have a story to tell? Add your voice to the voices of educators from around the country. Become a resource by sharing your story and lessons learned.
This article written by ELL educator and blogger Larry Ferlazzo discusses philanthropic support for ELL education, as well as the role of ELL educators in that conversation and process of setting priorities. Larry is a veteran teacher Sacramento, CA and has authored numerous articles and two books.
How do I use this information?
- Conversations with students, parents, colleagues, and administrators
- Professional development settings
- District planning sessions
- University courses (undergraduate and graduate)
- School board meetings
- Meetings with lawmakers