Who is in Charge of English Learner Services? Lessons Learned from a National Co-Teaching and Collaboration Study
To learn about current co-teaching and collaboration practices in secondary school settings, a study team from the National Research & Development Center to Improve Education for Secondary English Learners conducted an online survey administered to district leaders in charge of English Learner programs and services throughout the country.
In this research brief, researchers explain unexpected yet practical insights from district leaders’ responses to this online survey. It also provides general advice to school districts so that they can clearly communicate with families of English Learners and various other school community members regarding the essential programs and services they provide.
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