Centering English Learners: A Necessary Component of High-Quality Instructional Materials

October 12, 2021

In order to create an equitable learning environment, it’s necessary to provide high-quality, standards-aligned instructional materials that address the language needs of English learners (ELs) in both their primary language and English.

Learn from Shelly Spiegel-Coleman, Strategic Advisor at Californians Together, and Pivot Learning about the urgency of supporting our current and former ELs, who comprise 37% of California’s 6.1 million public school students.

Join the Curriculum Matters Conversation in California

California policy and advocacy organizations are invited to participate in upcoming Curriculum Matters: California Learning & Advocacy sessions. This no-cost workshop series explores high-quality instructional materials and professional development for educators, with an emphasis on mathematics.

Catch Up On Previous Conversations from the
Curriculum Matters: Learning and Advocacy Series:

Why High-Quality Instructional Materials Matter, featuring Jess Box, EdReports Director of Field Services

Advancing Educational Equity with Standards Alignment, featuring Shannah Estep, EdReports Senior Outreach Specialist


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