How Community College Reforms Could Help English Learners Olga Rodriguez, Bonnie Brooks October 3 2019 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.
Video: Academic Progress for English Learners Mary Severance January 31 2019 A new PPIC report looks at the progress of English Learners in grades 6-12 in Los Angeles and San Diego Unified School Districts.
Video: Improving Outcomes for English Learners Mary Severance June 5 2018 Recent K‒12 reforms change how California funds, assesses, and holds districts accountable for English Learner students, currently about 21% of the public school population.
California’s K–12 Educational Progress: Good News and Bad News Niu Gao, Courtney Lee April 18 2018 California's K–12 students have made gains in reading scores, but achievement gaps remain for English Learner, low-income, and African American and Latino students.
K–12 Test Scores Vary Widely across Student Groups Paul Warren October 20 2017 The 2017 test results for California’s public K–12 school students underscore the need to improve outcomes for economically disadvantaged students, English Learners, and students with disabilities.