National R&D Center to Improve Education for Secondary ELs Launches Resource Website
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WASHINGTON, DC, Feb. 2021—In January, CSEL's sister center, the National Research & Development Center to Improve Education for Secondary English Learners, launched a new resource website aimed at providing "policymakers and practitioners compelling and actionable information that can lead to improvements in the field." Resources will include "publications, briefs, professional learning activities, and webinars."
Browse the new Center's resource page.
This press release was originally posted on the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) website:
Many English Learners (ELs) in secondary school settings are identified as long-term ELs—students who have been enrolled in U.S. schools for six or more years who have not made significant progress in English—and are at risk for dropping out of high school. These students face unique challenges and barriers in accessing education opportunities, which has resulted in persistent differences in academic outcomes between ELs and non-ELs, as well as negative consequences that reach far beyond school.
Read more about the new Center on IES's website.
About the Center
The Center for the Success of English Learners (CSEL) is a new national research and development center working to identify and remove barriers that continually keep English learners (ELs) from accessing the general curriculum. Funded by the Institutes of Education Sciences (IES), the Center delivers support for middle school and secondary English learners and teachers by developing and providing actionable, research-based resources and an engaging array of events for educators, administrators, and policymakers.