Properly Serving Secondary English Language Learners – Podcast Episode 48 | Podcast Episode 48
Classnotes Podcast (February 13, 2009) Recently, Education Week released it’s annual Quality Counts report, Portrait of a Population, with a focus on the status of English language learner education showing significant gaps in achievement between English language learners and non-ELL students. The gap is most striking at the middle school and high school level. Abelardo Villarreal, Ph.D., director of IDRA field services and a national expert on education of English language learners, describes what schools need to do to ensure that ELLs receive educational services that meet the quality and equity standards in order to graduate prepared for college and work. Lalo is interviewed by Bradley Scott, Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity.
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Show length: 24:11
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