ESL/ELL Resources To Succeed In School
Over the past 10 years, English Language Learners (ELL) in grades K-12 have grown by 60 percent in the United States. Whether immigrating as a child or being born into a non-English speaking family in the U.S., English as a Second Language (ESL) programs are vital for helping children learn English and thereby learn other topics taught in school. While thousands of ESL teachers are preparing future generations for success, they can’t go it alone: students and parents must join with their teachers to build a learning community. This guide highlights the variety of English-learning programs available and provides resources to help students, parents and teachers get the most out of ESL education.