What Does Research Say about Effective Practices for ENGLISH LEARNERS?: Part IV: Models for Schools and Districts

Coleman, Rhoda; Goldenberg, Claude
June 2010
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Summer2010, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p156
Academic Journal
The article offers information on how research on effective instruction for English learners can be implemented into the classroom environments of American schools and school districts. It explores several models and practices for school and district support for English learner programs. It cites the effective practices in actual schools and districts while suggesting possible scenarios on learning outcomes. It also discusses the significance of professional development and evidence-based practices for classroom teachers.


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