Special Education and ELLs: Instruction and Assessment

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The following sections provide in-depth information about assessment and instruction best practices for dually-identified students and how the field is changing with increased used of technology, student support teams, and more collaboration.

This resource section was made possible through our partnership with the National Education Association. Additional support was provided by the American Federation of Teachers.

What You'll Find in This Section

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Response to Intervention has become widespread in schools throughout the country, and it can provide an effective model for addressing student needs when implemented effectively. Learn more about what successful RTI looks like for English language learners (ELLs), particularly those with special education needs, from the following resources.

RTI for Dually-Identified Students