The Center for IDEA Fiscal Reporting is helping states improve their capacity to report special education fiscal data.
Formative assessment is the focus of this upcoming workshop in which WestEd STEM staff will present.
The growing interest in dual language schools has contributed to a "linguistic recuperation for Hispanic families."—Robert Linquanti
Study results could help educators ensure students with disabilities earn a high school diploma.
A group of California school districts is getting a jump-start on implementing the Next Generation Science Standards.
Register for an informational webinar about the Reading Apprenticeship: Writing Connections program.
In California, 40 percent of K–12 students are classified as language minorities — students for whom English is not a first language. While this statistic is higher than for many other states, English learners are the fastest growing student sub-population throughout the United States. How our schools effectively educate these students is a large and […]
In California, educators use a single, standardized test to determine whether a student is an English learner. And to determine whether an English learner has reached fluency? A multitude of strategies come into play — test scores, grades, teacher evaluations, and parental input. This discrepancy, along with the fact that schools lose funding when English […]