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UNDERSTANDING LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN READING AS A PREDICTOR OF AYP REPORTING STATUS AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR EFFECTIVE SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
The 2010-2011 Texas Education Agency’s Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reported 16.9% of all students tested on Texas’ state accountability test were identified as Limited English Proficient (AEIS, 2011). ...
A Longitudinal Study Of Fifth Grade Students Participating In The One Way Dual Language Program And Its Implication On English Language Learner Program Decision Making
School age children of newly arrived immigrants in the United States are at a disadvantage because of their inability to speak or understand the English language. Although English is not the official language of the United ...