Social & Emotional Support for ELLs and Immigrant Students

English language learners can face a number of difficult situations at a young age, such as moving to a new country, trying to fit into a new school, and learning a different language.  ELLs may also have responsibilites in their families for younger siblings, for contributing to the family by working, or for translating for their parents. In addition, special populations may face traumatic experiences.  These resources provide guidance on how to help address some of these needs and considerations for students of different ages.

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