Napa Valley Schools: Take the Dread out of Collecting Teacher Feedback

Who’s ready for a math problem? Let’s say you have 4,000 English Learners in your district. After spending weeks pulling together data to track which students are ready to be reclassified, you finally identify 1,242 students that might be - cross your fingers - ready to exit the program. With a sigh of relief, you realize that half of your students are at the elementary level, so you only need to collect one teacher input form for each of them.

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Alabaster City Schools Uses Ellevation to Collaborate and Advocate for ELLs [Video]

Alabaster City Schools wanted a new and improved approach to collaboration among their ESL specialists and classroom teachers. The district also needed a way to help classroom teachers better understand their English learners and adjust instruction accordingly. Watch the video below and see how Alabaster is using Ellevation to make significant progress toward these goals. 

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Tulsa Public Schools Implements InClass to Improve Collaboration and Better Support ELLs

As a fifth year ELD teacher at a high school where three out of four students come from households that speak a language other than English, I know first-hand how important teacher collaboration is. When instructing this diverse student population, the reality that “all teachers are language teachers” is evident in every classroom.

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