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photo - Boy at Home Studying with Laptop How Did California Schools Assess Student Learning in Fall 2020? K–12 school districts used a variety of tools this past fall to measure student learning, with assessments developed locally—by teachers or districts—being the most common. Read More
photo - Boy at Home Studying with Laptop Without Testing, Challenges for School Districts Add Up The lack of statewide K–12 standardized tests this spring will pose significant difficulties for teachers and districts when schools ultimately reopen. Read More
Photo of student learning from home Remote Learning for English Learners and Special Needs Students during COVID-19 As districts across California roll out distance learning plans, educators must develop alternate methods to effectively serve English Learners and students with special needs. Read More
photo - Diverse Students on Campus How Community College Reforms Could Help English Learners Two-thirds of English Learner students are not on track to earn a degree, but new initiatives may create clearer, more accessible pathways for advancement. Read More
photo - Diverse Students on Campus Video: English as a Second Language in California Community Colleges PPIC researcher Bonnie Brooks presents findings from a new report on ESL in community colleges, and an expert panel discusses how campuses across the state are taking steps to strengthen their ESL programs. Read More
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