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1 1 English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) Language Census (R30) ISIC – Parent and Community Engagement EL Coordinator Presentation November 2013

2  Match the language to the flag ◦ Armenian ◦ Spanish ◦ Korean ◦ Cantonese ◦ Tagalog 2

3 3 1. Articulate the purpose of the Language Census (R30-LC) 2. Review the LAUSD R-30 data for Spring Review ______ School R-30 data for Spring Review the items of the R-30 LC 5. Participate in the recommendation process

4 4  Collect data about students from non- English-language backgrounds  Collect data about staff who provide services to English learners (ELs)

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6 6 Review the LAUSD R-30 data for Spring 2011

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9 9 5 Most Reported Languages CaliforniaLAUSD Your School’s Data Spanish Cantonese Hmong Vietnamese Tagalog Spanish Korean Armenian Tagalog Cantonese Your school information goes here Review the LAUSD R-30 data

10 10 ITEM 1: number of English Learner (EL) students and Fluent English Proficient (FEP) students ITEM 2: number of EL students enrolled in specific instructional settings or services by type of setting or service ITEM 3: number of students reclassified from EL to FEP from the prior year ITEM 4: number of parental waivers submitted and granted ITEM 5: number of staff providing instructional services to EL students

11 Data is collected by language and grade in each school and in the district  EL-English Learner Students ◦ All students who speak a primary language other than English  FEP-Fluent English Proficient ◦ Initial Fluent English Proficient (IFEP) students as determined by the INITIAL CELDT ◦ Reclassified Fluent English Proficient (RFEP)

12 Your school information goes here

13 13 How does this data affect our school?  Funding  Instructional materials needed  Support staff needed to provide primary language (L1) support  Master Plan services  Number of teachers assigned to school  Teacher authorizations

14 14 Number of ELs who participate in the various English Learner Programs  Row 1: English Language Development (ELD)  Row 2: ELD and SDAIE  Row 3: ELD and SDAIE with (L1) support  Row 4: ELD and academic subjects through the primary language  Row 5: Other instructional services than those defined  Row 6: Not receiving any EL services

15 15 Your school information goes here

16 16 How does this data affect our school?  Annual Yearly Progress (AYP)  Annual Performance Index (API)  Students meeting District Benchmarks  Intervention programs for students  Instructional materials  Professional development for teachers, paraprofessionals and parents

17 17  The total number of English Learners reclassified as FEP since the previous Language Census

18 18 Your school information goes here

19 19 How does this data affect our school?  Funding  Courses offered (secondary)  Monitoring the academic progress of: o RFEP students – 2 years  Intervention programs for RFEPs

20 20 School districts are required to process waiver requests from parents of ELs who petition for enrollment in an Alternative Program (e.g. Dual Language, Basic Bilingual)  Row 1: Total number of new and renewal parental exception waivers submitted  Row 2: Total number of waivers granted

21 21 Your school information goes here. Refer to school’s R30 GradeParental Waivers SubmittedParental Waivers Granted Kinder First Second

22 22 How does this data affect our school?  Funding  Instructional programs  Instructional and supplemental materials needed  Professional development for teachers, paraprofessionals and parents  Teacher authorizations  Assessments (state and district level)

23 23 Teachers and Bilingual Paraprofessionals providing services to EL students. Only teachers and paraprofessionals providing services to ELs are reported.  Teachers providing Primary Language (L1) instruction to ELs and Bilingual paraprofessionals providing services to English Learners  Teachers providing ELD and/or SDAIE Instruction to English Learners

24 24 Your school information goes here

25 25 Your school information goes here

26 26 How does this data affect our school?  Paraprofessionals to be hired based on language support needs  Teacher authorizations  Teachers not properly assigned  Professional development for teachers

27  Mandated topic must be listed on the ELAC agenda  Recommendation made to SSC or Principal must be in writing.  Topic and specific recommendation must be reflected in minutes.  Minutes must be accurate and detailed. 27

28 28 Parents/ELAC Members  review R30 data from the current and past years*  discuss concerns based on R30 data  make recommendations  record recommendations on ELAC Recommendation Form  Submit form to the School Site Council or Principal *Recommendation: review data for past 3 years

29 Multi-Flow Map 29 causes event effects

30 30 Parent Recommendation Too many eligible students are not reclassifying Want to increase reclassification rate by 5% each year Want to decrease the number of LTELs Causes:Effects: Teacher* meets with parents each reporting period to discuss reclassification Increase reclassification rates Targeted instruction and support provided to students Build capacity of teachers and parents Event: Promote positive relationship between teachers and parents *Teacher/EL Coordinator/Counselor

31 31 The recommendation form:  must be used for recommendations/ advice pertaining to the four legally required topics  may be used for other recommendations/ advice given by the ELAC

32 32 ELAC recommends that teachers of students that may be potentially eligible for reclassification, contact parents at least once per grading period to discuss the criteria, opportunities for intervention and how parents can help their child at home. Many eligible EL students are not being reclassified. Parents of ELs need to be informed about reclassification and understand how they can provide support at home. November 18, 2013 x Reclassification x Sample

33  CA Department of Education  LAUSD Office of Data and Accountability  School Information Branch  Student Information Systems (SIS)  MyData  School Demographics Profile 33

34 34 Home

35 Offices

36 36 School Information Branch

37 37 R30 Language Census Reports

38 R30 tab Schools Previous R30 Reports

39 School English Learners Your School

40 Select Language Status

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43 43 Reclassification

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45 Please take a moment and complete the reflection form.

46 We appreciate your participation!!! Thank You


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