What You'll Find in This Section
What does social and emotional learning (SEL) look like when implemented effectively with multilingual students and families? Learn more from these resources and case studies!
Immigrant students can face a number of difficult situations as they acclimate to a new culture. They may also be learning a new language and have significant family responsibilites or experience with trauma. These resources provide guidance on how to help address some of these needs as well as draw on student strengths and resilience.
Learn more about the community school strategy and where you can find additional resources on how community schools work and how they support English language learners and immigrant students.
One way to find extra support for English language learners is to look in the community - volunteer, community organizations, and local businesses may have something to contribute. These resources offer ideas for building relationships and matching community members with student and families needs.
Students' health and well-being (as well as that of their families) can have a big impact on their ability to make it to school and stay focused. These resources highlight some creative ideas for promoting healthy decisions school-wide and addressing health challenges with families.
Learn more about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting English language learners (ELLs) and immigrant families and how schools can partner with families to support students.
Learn how the public schools in Brockton, MA support partnerships with multilingual families and the impact those partnerships are having.