We are excited to share our 3rd Roadmap to ELL Achievement for the years 2021-24. We are ready to face the steep challenges presented by the pandemic to double down on quality services for our Multilingual Learners. We remain committed to the LCAP goals and our aligned four priorities:
- Empowering Quality Instruction
- Quality Language Programs
- The Whole Child
- Central Systems and Practices
See our Translated Roadmap Executive Summaries here:
The second Roadmap built upon the foundational work of the 2015-2018 Roadmap, seeking to go beyond the development of systems to implementation of quality programs and instruction. Much progress was made and much still to be done.
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.