Each level of the school system (state, county, district, school, pre-school) has leaders and educators who are knowledgeable of and responsive to the strengths and needs of English learners and their communities and who utilize valid assessment and other data systems that inform instruction and continuous improvement. Each level of the system provides resources and tiered support to ensure strong programs and build the capacity of teachers and staff to leverage the strengths and meet the needs of English learners.
Use these resources to help build your journey. Resource are specific to example element and example element.
This Self-Reflection Rubric can be used to evaluate practices at schools, districts, and county offices of education from preschool through higher education. Please use this rubric prior to submitting a practice to the EL Roadmap Example Survey.
This information sheet provides a brief overview of the CA EL Roadmap.
After exploring this principle, we suggest that LEAs select an element to improve in their system. Below is an example of an improvement journey focused on an element in this principle. Following the example is a link to a template for LEAs to begin their own improvement journey. This
Needs Assessment can help LEAs select a principle or element to focus their efforts.
The examples below were submitted by local educational agencies (LEAs) and demonstrate Principle Three and its corresponding elements in action. The illustrative examples will be updated as new submissions become available.
Illustrative Example: Using Actionable Evidence in Math to Improve Student Discourse
This example, from the Garden Grove Unified School District, demonstrates Principle Two, Element 2.A, and Principle Three, Elements 3.A, 3.C, and 3.D, in action.
Illustrative Example: District Partnerships to Address the Needs of Long Term English Learners
This example, from the Sanger Unified School District and the Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District, demonstrates Principle Two, Element 2.A, and Principle Three, Elements 3.A, 3.B, 3.C, and 3.D, in action.