ESL Requirements 6 16 14 FINAL - ELD

Report
English as a Second
Language (ESL)
Requirements
Limited English Proficient (LEP)
June 16, 2014
Ivanna M T Anderson, NCDPI ESL/Title III Consultant
Session Objectives
• NC LEP Demographics
• WIDA: Standards, W-APT and ACCESS
• CFDC/PowerSchool
• Resources on ESL Wiki/LiveBinder
• Charter School Responsibilities
• State and Federal Funding
LEP Students in NC
120000
100000
80000
60000
LEP
40000
2012-13
2010-11
2008-09
2006-07
2004-05
0
2002-03
20000
The WIDA Consortium 2014
World-Class Instructional
Design and Assessment
www.wida.us
• English Language
Development (ELD) Standards
• English Language Proficiency (ELP)
Assessments
User names and passwords will be generated after end of
year processes at NCDPI
(After July 1)
WIDA’s ELD Standards
Social &
Instructional
Language
Language of
Language
Arts
Language of
Mathematics
Language of
Science
Language of
Social
Studies
Academic Language
Standard 1
WIDA Consortium
Standard 2
Standard 3
Standard 4
Standard 5
Intro to WIDA ELD Standards
6
ELD Standards
• Support:
– Training
– Webinars
– Data Retreats
– On-line Modules
(Coming SOON!!)
W-APT (LEP Identifier)
• After completing the Home Language
Survey, if a language other than
English is determined, the W-APT is
administered to determine if the
student is Limited English Proficient
(LEP)
W-APT (LEP Identifier)
• Can be given 90 days before school
begins and as new students enter
throughout the school year
• Ensure parents are notified within 30
days of 1st day of school or 14 days
after enrollment.
ACCESS for ELLs
• Joined in 2008
• Testing Window
February 1 – March 15, 2014
(Students entering after March 8 do not have to be tested on ACCESS)
• Exit Standards: (K &Tier B or C grades 1-12)
Comprehensive Objective Composite
A minimum score of 4.8 Composite
AND 4.0 Reading
AND 4.0 Writing
(COC)
Consolidated Federal Data
Collection (CFDC)/
Power School
• Connecting to CFDC
• Oct 1st Headcount
• Tier Review/MetriTech File
• Feb 1st Immigrant Count
• RCR Process
• Curriculum and Instruction
• Legislation & Policy
• Resources
• Accountability
• LEP Coordinators
• NC Charter Schools
ESL Wikisite
http://eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/
Carolina TESOL November, 2012
ALL charter schools should:
1) have a designated person to work with LEP data via
the authoritative source, even if they currently have
no LEP students.
2) be aware of the NC process for identifying Limited
English Proficient Students (LEPs) (HLS/W-APT)
3) be aware of the annual ACCESS for ELLs test of
English language proficiency
ALL charter schools should:
4) attend an LEP informational webinar
5) be made aware of LEP support documentation such
as:
a. the WIDA web site (http://www.wida.us/)
b. ESL website
(http://eldnces.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/)
c. ESL quick start guide
d. LEP Coordinator LiveBinder
(http://bit.ly/NCLEPHandbook)
Charter schools with LEPs should:
6) join the LEP coordinator listserv
(email [email protected] with your contact
information and title)
7) provide contact information for the LEP
Coordinator statewide list
(email [email protected] with your contact
information and title)
8) utilize the NC ELD Essential Standards (WIDA
Standards)
(http://www.wida.us/standards/eld.aspx Download 2007 and 2012)
Charter schools with LEPs should:
9) complete an LIEP service chart and submit to ESL
at NCDPI by the beginning of the school year
10) complete the October 1 and February 1
headcounts
11) follow proper W-APT and ACCESS test training
procedures
12) validate Tiers for ACCESS testing
13) attend the beginning of year LEP Coordinator’s
meeting hosted by NCDPI
(October 2-3 at the DoubleTree by Hilton
formerly known as the Brownstone in Raleigh.)
Federal Funding:
PRC 104
• PRC 104 – Generate $10,000 to qualify or
form a consortium
• Funding is determined by US Census Data
• Application and PD Survey due in May/June
• Monitoring
• AMAOs
Title III Accountability:
AMAOs
• Progress in English Proficiency (AMAO 1)
• English proficiency (AMAO 2)
• Meet regular Title I AMO Targets in both
participation and proficiency (AMAO 3)
Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives
Federal Funding:
PRC 111
• PRC 111 – Qualify based on a 3 year
calculation of significant increase in
immigrant students
• February 1 Headcount determines
qualification for funding
• You can qualify for just PRC 111
State Funding:
PRC 054
• October 1 Headcount determines funding
• Primary funding source for ESL teachers
Questions
NC DPI ESL Team
Regions 1, 2, 3
Lindsey Fults
ESL/Title III Consultant
NC DPI
919-807-3844
[email protected]
Regions 6, 7, 8
Charlotte “Nadja” Trez
ESL/Title III Consultant
NC DPI
919-807-3866
[email protected]
Regions 4, 5 and Charters Schools
Ivanna M T Anderson
ESL/Title III Consultant
NC DPI
919-807-3860
[email protected]
Michael Riles
Data Management and Reporting
NC DPI
919-807-3953
[email protected]

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