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English Learner Leadership Fellowships

Aug | 2015

English Learner Leadership Fellowships Available

Californians Together, in collaboration with the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) invites mid-career leaders in English Learner education and advocacy to apply for a three-year fellowship. … Read More.

California is the First State in the Nation to Define and Identify English Learners who After Many Years are Struggling to Succeed

Dec | 2014

Sacramento:  Three out of four (74%) English Learner students in grades 6 -12 have been in California schools for 7 years or more and are still without the English skills they need to succeed academically.  Because this is longer than it should take to attain English proficiency, they are called “Long Term English Learners” (LTELs).  The numbers compiled by the California Department of Education for the first time by any state in the nation, is part of an effort to ensure these students get the educational support they need.   … Read More.

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The mighty team in Colorado leading the implementation of the Seal of Biliteracy.
Dean Vogel, CTA president and Jesus Holguin,president of CSBA with Shelly Spiegel Coleman at Supt. Tom Torlakson's Blueprint 2.0 Committee meeting
Woodlawn Unified School District Seal of Biliteracy graduates
Snowline Joint Unified School District Seal of Biliteracy graduates
Executive Director, Shelly Spiegel-Coleman, presents Californians Together's LCAP Rubrics at the 49th Annual CABE Conference in San Diego
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Rosalia Salinas, past president of Californians Together, honored by San Diego County Office of Education
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