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Secondary English Learner Collaborative (sELc)

The sELc is a learning community among English Learner Coordinators/ Administrators districts and charters that serve secondary (7–12) grades to collaboratively learn about how to establish equitable services and programs for English learners.

Participants will:

• Participate in bimonthly meetings to discuss ongoing programs and services at the middle and high school levels.

• Focus on addressing the needs of multilingual-English learners: Newcomers, Long-Term English Learners (LTEL), At Risk of becoming Long-Term English Learners (AR-LTEL), Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE), Refugee and Immigrant Youth.

• Build partnerships/network among EL coordinators, administrators, and ELD teacher leaders within the Sacramento County.

• Have ongoing collegial support, access coordinated resources, implement, and share best practices.

• Develop strategies to establish equitable services for secondary English learners by targeting their varying needs.

• Make meaning on how to address current laws, policies, and practices at the secondary level.

• Measure progress collect data and set benchmarks to increase English Learner reclassification rates.

In-Person Event Meeting Details: 9:00 AM-11:30 AM

  • September 16, 2024
  • December 16, 2024
  • March 17, 2025
  • April 21, 2025

Audience: Administrators, Teachers, Teacher Leaders, TOSAs, English Learner Coordinators and ELD Teachers

Note: Your registration will automatically register you for all sessions.