Reclassification overview

What is Reclassification?

  • Reclassification is the process in which English Language Learners are designated English Fluent Proficient. Per state guidelines, reclassification criteria must include English proficiency as measured by CELDT (test to be replaced by ELPAC in February 2018), performance in basic skills (CAHSS, DRA, F&P or SRI), teacher evaluation and parent consultation.
    The school reclassification rate is based on the number of actively enrolled ELL Students from the previous academic year who Reclassified as Fluent English Proficient (referred to as RFEP). Reclassification data helps us guide placement and provide appropriate levels of support, monitor progress of ELLs on key metrics, demonstrate evidence of the quality of our programs and instruction for ELLs.  
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  • Tom Felix is the Director of ELL and Newcomer Programs. Email: