Presenting our new Roadmap!
The 2018-2021 Roadmap to ELL Achievement serves as a bridge from the first Roadmap (2015-2018) to the future by presenting a plan for reaching targets for ELLs over the next three years.
This Roadmap provides an analysis of what we've accomplished since the ELLMA office opened in 2013, alignment with LCAP goals along with a summary of our past and future work organized by the original four priority areas:
- Advance Quality Instruction
- Meet the Needs of the Whole Child
- Expand and Enhance Robust Language Programs
- Align Policies and Practices Across Central Office
Special thanks to OUSD educators, families and staff for contributing to this major collaborative effort!
The Original Roadmap was the culmination of two years of research and engagement with hundreds of community members including students, families, principals, teachers, central office staff and community partners.
This video explains how the Roadmap to ELL Achievement is based on evidence from the Stanford Review. ELLMA uses the Roadmap to guide work to improve outcomes for English Language Learners, one of the student groups of highest need in Oakland Unified School District.