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State & Title III Compliance

Current ESL State Rule

  • Identify, assess, and place students who are from non-English language backgrounds.
  • Provide a rigorous language instruction program that increases English language proficiency and student achievement.
  • Provide instructional support and professional growth opportunities to ESL teachers in order to facilitate effective teaching and curriculum implementation.
  • Provide instructional equipment, classroom supplies, and materials for effective language acquisition programs and academic development.
  • Provide communication support for new immigrant parents and coordinate community outreach activities and translation services for the district.
  • Manage the program budget, teacher assignments, and state and federal compliance obligations.
  • Coordinate with MSCS departments and schools to provide a high-quality language program that exceeds State and federal education department standards.
  • Advise MSCS departments and schools of state and federal education department compliance requirements.
  • Collect and maintain district ELL data as required by State and Federal regulations.