What are the top strategies that educators can implement to improve literacy for all learners? How can educators provide an equitable literacy classroom experience for English Learners? How do teachers ensure their students are receiving a well-rounded education?
Our literacy and education leadership experts answer these questions and more in our Leadership Talks webinars. But we know educators are busy professionals, so we pulled out a few of their top tips to help you and all of your students.
1. English Learners (ELs) need challenging content, with the right scaffolding, to inspire success.—Dr. Elena Izquierdo
Dr. Elena Izquierdo is the author of Escalate English® and Associate Professor at the University of Texas, El Paso. Learn more about equity for ELs by reading her blog post, "E3: Equity, Evidence, and Efficacy—Practices for English Learner Success," and watching her webinar, "Equity in Working with English Learners."
2. As you create your plan, remember: the "finish line" is not just graduation, but also college, career, and beyond.—Sancha Gray
Sancha Gray is the Superintendent of Asbury Park School District in New Jersey. Learn more on how she's transformed her district by reading her blog post, "Strengthening the Core: Leading Transformation in My School District," and watching her webinar, "Strengthening the Core."
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