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Document Number: 8562

What Are We Doing to Middle School English Learners? Findings and Recommendations for Change from a Study of California EL Programs - Researchers at WestEd concludes that based on findings in California, where 30 percent of the nation's English learners are educated, middle school EL programs are failing students and limiting their futures in profound ways. The Narrative Summary provides an overview of study data from 13 school districts with the highest concentration of English learner students in the state, and 64 middle schools in those districts. Excerpts from case study observations in a subset of schools contextualize the highlighted recommendations for change. (WestEd, 2010) ...


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