- Advocacy for ELLs: Event Archive of Facebook Live Chat
- Assessment Accommodations for ELLs
- ELL Advocacy: Tips from Educators
- ELL teachers and policy
- ELLs Belong to All of Us: The Role of ESOL Specialists in Collaboration
- Getting involved with policy
- Keeping track of accommodations for ELLs
- Using the NEA Advocacy Guide for ELLs as a resource
- Whose Student Is She?
- ELL Advocacy: Selecting the Right Issues and Audiences
- Essential Actions: 15 Research-based Practices to Increase ELL Student Achievement
- Meeting Students Where They Are
- Our New Normal: How ELL Educators Are Advocating for Our Students and Our Profession During COVID-19
- Policy and Accountability Requirements: Survey for Reflection and Action
- Serving English Learners with Disabilities: How ESL/Bilingual Specialists Can Collaborate for Student Success
- You Are Already a Leader: Identifying Your Leadership Skills on Behalf of ELLs
Educators of English language learners (ELLs) are important advocates for their students — and may be their students' only advocates. These resources help educators understand that role and offer ideas about where to start as advocates.
For some additional ideas, take a look at the archive of our Facebook Live event on advocating for ELLs, featuring Dr. Diane Staehr Fenner!