NCELA collects, analyzes, synthesizes, and disseminates information about language instruction, educational programs for English language learners, and related programs.
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NCLR is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization established in 1968 to reduce poverty and discrimination and improve life opportunities for Hispanic Americans.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Education Research and Improvement, this page offers manuals, brief articles, annotated bibliographies, reviews and summaries of outstanding publications, and announcements of conferences in urban education. Many of the resources deal with language minority students.
This resource page from TESOL includes information about TESOL's PreK—12 English Language Proficiency Standards. Technology Standards, Professional Standards, and Standards for Adult Education, as well information about the Common Core State Standards and guidelines for developing EFL standards.
A report published by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education offering comprehensive and reliable data source on the future size and composition of high school graduating classes across the country.
School enrollment captures the population who report being enrolled in a regular school. A regular school advances a person towards an elementary school certificate, high school diploma, or college, university, or professional school (such as law or medicine) degree.
United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation, a nonpartisan network made up of 52 affiliate organizations in 25 states.
This document outlines the AFT position on the education of English language learners.
Parent Training and Information Centers (PTIs) and Community Parent Resource Centers (CPRCs) in each state provide training and information to parents of infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities and to professionals who work with children. This assistance helps parents to participate more effectively with professionals in meeting the educational needs of children and youth with disabilities. The Parent Centers work to improve educational outcomes for children and youth with all disabilities (emotional, learning, mental, and physical).
The NGA Center for Best Practices supports governors in their efforts to improve education by providing technical assistance, policy analysis and reports, and information on best practices.