20 Ways to Optimize Your Organization’s EL/LPAC Workflow
Recent data show that about 1 in 10 public school students in the U.S. is an English learner (EL). Texas alone supports over eight times more ELs than the national average — that’s an overwhelming statistic.
The fast pace of LPAC meetings and EL reporting benchmarks during the school year adds to the overwhelmed feeling. With little time to identify, report on, and plan for students during the school year, who has the bandwidth to create and reevaluate district- or school-wide EL/LPAC best practices?
However, best practices help ensure student data is being used not just for compliance, but also to improve student support. They also help EL staff and committee members feel less stressed and more on top of things.
In this eBook, you’ll learn:
- Opportunities to optimize your EL program during winter, spring, summer and fall
- Ways to simplify and streamline LPAC workflow
- Questions to ask before and during each meeting type, to make sure you’re making the most of student data
- How to take the pulse of your EL program, so you can see and react to trends in your student population faster and with greater confidence