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1 CELDT and Language Census Overview District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) Serna Center, Community Rooms Wednesday, March 20, :00-6:30 PM

2 Presentation Objectives Explain federal and state laws that require an English proficiency test Review Purpose of CELDT Program Provide an overview of Language Census and CALPADS data collection Visit California Department of Education’s website to obtain English Learner reports 2

3 State and Federal Laws Federal law (Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act [ESEA]) State law (Education Code [EC]sections 313 and through 60812) require a statewide English language proficiency test that districts must administer to students in grades K-12 whose primary language is not English and to students previously identified as English learners (ELs) who have not been reclassified as fluent English proficient (RFEP) California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 10510, defines the test as the California English Language Development Test (CELDT). 3

4 Purpose of the CELDT The CELDT was developed to: Identify students with limited English proficiency. Determine the level of English language proficiency of those students. Assess the progress of limited English- proficient students in acquiring the skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English. 4

5 CELDT Results The CELDT results show the overall English performance level attained by students as well as performance in each domain by the following proficiency levels: 5. Advanced 4. Early Advanced 3. Intermediate 2. Early Intermediate 1. Beginning 5

6 Uses of CELDT Results Identify students as Initial Fluent English Proficient (IFEP) or EL Reclassify a student from EL to RFEP Calculate Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) 1 and 2 as required by Title III 6

7 Language Census Overview An annual collection of data on students with whose primary language is not English:  English learner (EL) enrollment  Fluent-English-Proficient (FEP) enrollment  EL instructional services  EL staff (Teachers and Bilingual Paraprofessionals) Language Census Day is March 1 st of each school year. Reported with California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) 7

8 CALPADS Reporting Timeline 8 CALPADS Submission Census DayPrimary Data SubmittedOfficial Submission Window Fall 13-Oct Enrollment CountsOctober 3, 2012 to December 19, Grads and Drops Immigrant Counts Fall 23-Oct-12Student Course EnrollmentsOctober 3, 2012 to January 16, 2013 Teacher Assignments English Learner Education Services Spring 11-Mar-13English Learner CountsMarch 1, 2013 to March 27, 2013 Immigrant Counts EOY* 1N/ACourse completion for grades 7-12April 29, 2013 to July 31, 2013 CTE participants, concentrators, completers EOY 2N/AProgram ParticipationApril 29, 2013 to July 31, 2013 EOY 3N/AStudent DisciplineApril 29, 2013 to July 31, 2013 EOY 4N/ACAHSEE WaiverApril 29, 2013 to July 31, 2013 CALPADS: California Longitudinal

9 Language Census Data Sources 9 Data ElementSource English learners (ELs) by language and grade California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) Spring 1 Fluent English-proficient (FEP) students by language and grade CALPADS Spring 1 ELs reclassified to FEPCALPADS Spring 1 EL instructional settings and services CALPADS Fall 2 EL teachersCALPADS Fall 2 Parental exception waivers from English language classrooms California Basic Educational Data System (CBEDS) Bilingual paraprofessionalsCBEDS

10 English Learners by Language 10 Language Code Rank/Language Name Number Percent of Total Number Percent of Total 1Spanish6, %6, % 23Hmong2, %2, % 3Cantonese5334.7%5665.2% 2Vietnamese3783.3%3513.2% 29Russian3012.6%2862.6% 44Mien (Yao)2492.2%2162.0% 22Hindi1641.4%1571.4% 48Marshallese1541.4%1481.4% 10Lao1361.2%1251.2% 99Other non-English languages1141.0%1000.9% EL Totals11, %10, %

11 Fluent English Proficient by Language 11 Language Code Rank/Language Name Number Percent of Total Number Percent of Total 1Spanish2, % 2, % 23Hmong1, % 1, % 3Cantonese % % 2Vietnamese3235.1% % 44Mien (Yao)2954.7% % 29Russian2594.1% % 22Hindi1492.4% % 10Lao901.4% 811.2% 99Other non-English languages731.2% 901.4% 38Ukrainian721.1% 741.1% 5Filipino (Pilipino or Tagalog)580.9% 711.1% FEP Totals6, %6, %

12 EL Instructional Services 12

13 Bilingual Paraprofessionals Providing EL Services 13 Language Language Code Number of Bilingual Paraprofessionals Spanish127 Hmong2310 Russian293 Cantonese32 Mien (Yao)442 Vietnamese22 Mandarin (Putonghua)71 District Total 47

14 CDE DataQuest Site Go to Follow the prompts 14

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