What You'll Find in This Section
There are many different ways multilingual families can support their child's literacy, education, and social-emotional health. These resources, available in multiple languages, offer tips and ideas to try at home!
Learn how families can support literacy at home, whether their children are babies, toddlers, preschoolers, or in elementary school. These tips are available in 13 languages.
Colorín Colorado and the American Federation of Teachers have collaborated to develop tip sheets focused on reading instruction for educators of English language learners in grades 4-12.
The following English language learner (ELL) resources are organized by topic for educators and parents.
The following pages contain links to statewide agencies, resources, and organizations focused on English language learners (ELLs).
How can we help English language learners successfully meet the Common Core State Standards? This resource section offers ideas and materials including classroom videos, teacher interviews, and bilingual parent tips.
The following resources for schools include ideas for partnering with multilingual families during a natural disaster, supporting families impacted by a global disaster elsewhere, and supporting displaced families who relocate to a new school district. Updates on current crises are also included.
These resource collections address a number of the acute crises facing students, families, and schools today, including natural disasters, immigration, school and community violence, and bias and bullying. Many of the resources address the unique challenges facing immigrant families and students.