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ELL Data Slides Note for PD Network Members: This set of slides includes up to date data regarding English language learners in Massachusetts. This set of slides is comprised of data slides from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education shared with MATSOL by Esta Montano, of the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. In addition there are slides from public data requests made or exported by MATSOL. These slides note the original sources of all data. They are intended for members of the MATSOL PD Network who conduct SEI trainings or ELL focused PD for background purposes. Please cut and paste these slides into your own powerpoint presentations, giving credit to all original sources.
Sources: All of the following slides are public data presented to MATSOL members, by Dr. Esta Montano of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, in her annual State of the State on ELLs address at the annual MATSOL conference, and in earlier presentations in 2010-11 to the Board of Education. Please give proper credit in your slideshows.
ELL Enrollment Statewide is Nearly 68,000* and Has Increased 51% Since 2000 * As per the 2011-11 SIMS, there are 67,567 ELLs in the State This trend indicates that by 2021, 20% of all students K-12 will be ELLs
Number of Districts Enrolling at Least 1 ELL Has Nearly Doubled since 2000
Two-thirds of ELLs Are Enrolled in 10 Districts Boston Enrolls 23% of All ELLs Statewide In Worcester and Lowell 1 of 3 Students are ELLs
Over 70 Languages are Spoken by ELLs in MA: the Majority of ELLs Speak Spanish Percentage of ELLs by First Language 2010
Percent Proficient or Advanced 2001 & 2010 MCAS Math – Grade 10 Source: DESE 2010
Sorted by highest rate in 2010 – Source MADESE SIMS 2011 THE DROP OUT RATE
SEI Teachers There are 67,914 educators in the Commonwealth* To date, ~21,955 teachers have received (or by the end of the school year will receive) PD in one or more categories Aside from ESL licensed teachers, this leaves at least 45,000 teachers who continue to need PD to be qualified to work with ELLs * Source: OELAAA report to the legislature 2011
The following slides are from the MA DESE website www.doe.mass.edu/ell and go to news archives. www.doe.mass.edu/ell These slides were provided to MATSOL with permission to use by Dr. Esta Montano who created the original presentation for a Board of Education meeting focused on ELLs in January 2011.
Who is an English Language Learner? A student who does not speak English or whose native language is not English and who is not currently able to perform ordinary class work in English. Not all ELLs are immigrants and not all immigrants are ELLs
Our Schools Serve ELLs with a Wide Range of English Language Proficiency The percentages below from the 2010 MEPA do not change dramatically from year to year as new ELLs arrive and others are transitioned Increasing Proficiency
Components of Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) Instruction English Language Instruction (ESL) Explicit, direct instruction that facilitates English language acquisition Focuses on oral language development, vocabulary, language structures, culture and literacy Taught by licensed ESL teachers Sheltered Content Instruction Instruction designed to make content more comprehensible Taught by a dually certified teacher (content and ESL) or by a a licensed teacher who has acquired additional skills and knowledge to teach ELLs effectively.
Learning a Second Language “Teaching English is not the same as teaching in English” “Teaching English is not the same as teaching in English” Dr. Floris Wilma Ortiz-Marrero, MATSOL Member and Massachusetts Teacher of the Year
The following data was provided to MATSOL from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education by request. Requested by Paula Merchant, MATSOL. Provided 2/24/11 to Paula, by Dr. Esta Montano, Office for English Language Aquistion and Academic Achievement
TOTAL ENROLLMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 1,398.00 2011 1,255.00 2010 1,332.00 2009 1,321.00 2008 1,199.00 2007 1,086.00 2006
ADD YOUR LOCAL DATA HERE IN A FEW SLIDES-# ELLs, FLNE, Language and cultural backgrounds in your community, etc.