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English LearnersEquity and AccessPaul Gothold, Chief Academic OfficerJanuary 24, 2012Lynwood Unified School District

LUSD English Learner Profile

Total # ELs: 2010-2011: 6,569- 40% of LUSD student population2011-2012: 6,516- 41% of LUSD student population

US School EnrollmentK-6th grade5th grade6th grade7-12th grade5 years or less6 or more years7%7%8%93%93%92%80%20%LUSD English Learner ProfileIn US Schools 6 or more yearsStuck at the intermediate level on the CELDTHigh functioning social languageVery weak academic language-written text, academic contentSignificant deficits in reading and writing skills.Long-Term English Learner Profile

LUSD LTEL (7th-12th) %= 93%State LTEL (7th-12th) %= 59%LUSD 2010-2011EL Percentages by Site

Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs)

Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)

Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)

California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

CAHSEE by 12th gradeSchoolNumber of ElsPercentage of students that have not passedGrade 11LHS14768%FHS14864%Grade 12LHS14548%FHS7461%

Reclassification and GraduationLUSD Graduation Rate: EL= 48.8 % Overall= 68.8%State Graduation Rates EL= 56.3 % Overall= 74.4%LUSD English Learner Program GoalsEnglish Acquisition- Meet AMAO TargetsGrowth Annually on CELDTProficiency on CELDT

Access to Core Curriculum and Academic Achievement in ELA/ Math- AYP TargetsProficiency on CSTPassing CAHSEE

Reclassification by 5th gradeClustered placement in heterogeneous classes, mixed with English proficient students50/50 design50 % small groupGuided reading and center workLeveled ELD 45 minute miminumAvenues for new comers (3 years or less)Academic Language Development- supplemental materials for other ELsCommon Benchmarks and Data Reflection Process to identify ELs and develop during the day interventions

Program for Elementary English LearnersClustered placement in heterogeneous classes, mixed with English proficient studentsRigorous grade-level content classes (including honors, AP, IB, AG) Taught with differentiated SDAIE strategiesExplicit language and literacy development across the curriculumFocus on Academic Language DevelopmentSupport/Shadow Classes in ELA / MathCommon Benchmarks in ELA/Math and Data Reflection Process to identify ELs who are struggling and determine best practicesProgram for Long-Term English LearnersPreliminary Program Data- EL Grade DistributionEnglish Learner Master Plan Delineates Program Goals and ProceduresOrganized according to State Compliance ItemsProvides Schools with: Guidelines for EL Program ImplementationDocumentation to ensure State ComplianceResources for Site Professional Development regarding ELsSystem to support Evaluation ProcessEnglish Learner Master Plan EL4 & 17 - Initial Identification and Program PlacementNarrative of ProceduresCharts of procedures for parents and staffLetters to be sent home for compliance and placed in student English Learner FolderEL18 Waiver ProcessNarrative of ProceduresWaivers Renewal Procedures and LettersEnglish Learner Master Plan EL14 ReclassificationReclassification CriteriaReclassification ProceduresLetters for parents and student EL Folders

EL20 ELD and ALDNarrative of programGuidelines for time of instructionMatrix of curriculum and Instructional SequenceImplementation GuidelinesLUSD English Learner Program GoalsEnglish Acquisition- Meet AMAO TargetsGrowth Annually on CELDTProficiency on CELDT

Access to Core Curriculum and Academic Achievement in ELA/ Math- AYP TargetsProficiency on CSTPassing CAHSEE

Reclassification by 5th gradeAchieving Greatness InitiativePrograms and InterventionsHeterogeneous groups and Equal Access to the entire programAcademic Language Development and Structured ELDData Reflection Process with embedded interventionsElementary School Extended LearningMiddle School TutorialsHigh School Credit Recovery and CAHSEE prepMoving Forward- Equity and Access for ELsAchieving Greatness InitiativeProfessional DevelopmentCurriculum Alignment InstitutesELD/ALD Institutes and RefreshersInstructional Best PracticesContinuation of Differentiated Instruction with emphasis on writingSDAIE and AVID methodologyData Reflection ProcessMoving Forward- Equity and Access for ELsTitle III Action Plan & Program EvaluationEL Data Analysis (Annual Audit)/ Needs AssessmentRevise Action Plan with Admin and Leads to identify next steps SchoolEnglish Learners

CESAR CHAVEZ MIDDLE246(31.7%)

HELEN KELLER ELEMENTARY392(57.8%)

HOSLER MIDDLE213(25.6%)

JANIE P. ABBOTT ELEMENTARY442(58.3%)

LINCOLN ELEMENTARY342(58.9%)

LINDBERGH ELEMENTARY530(56.4%)

LUGO ELEMENTARY243(54.5%)

LYNWOOD HIGH677(27.2%)

LYNWOOD MIDDLE428(27.3%)

MARCO ANTONIO FIREBAUGH HIGH381(25.3%)

MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY334(47.4%)

PATHWAY INDEPENDENT STUDY5(17.9%)

ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY313(54.5%)

ROSA PARKS ELEMENTARY299(46.5%)

THURGOOD MARSHALL ELEMENTARY457(68.3%)

VISTA HIGH (CONTINUATION)33(28.9%)

WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY429(49.3%)

WILL ROGERS ELEMENTARY457(56.8%)

WILSON ELEMENTARY348(51.1%)

District Total:6,569( 40.2 %)

County Total:163,058( 10.3 %)

State Totals:1,057,154(17.0%)

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