Information Elevated

Information Elevated

This video from the Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) offers a snapshot of data on English learners (ELs) and their participation in Language Instruction Educational Programs, including bilingual education and dual language programs. This episode is based on data from EdFacts FS116 2019…
This episode of Information ELevated provides an overview of resources for educators and researchers from the National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition (NCELA). Explore the resources mentioned in the video at https://ncela.ed.gov.
This episode of Information Elevated provides an overview of rural localities and English learners (EL) in the United States. The video includes data snapshots that offer insight into the diversity of localities and languages spoken by ELs. To view a version of this video with a voiceover and…
This episode of Information ELevated explores new data on English learners (ELs) with disabilities from the Office of English Language Acquisition's forthcoming 2018–20 Biennial Report. One out of seven (15.3%) identified K–12 ELs was also dually identified as having a disability in school year (SY…
Information ELevated offers a first look at data from OELA’s 2016–18 Biennial Report. This episode provides a snapshot on the number of identified ELs, which increased by 15.5% over the 15-year period between school years (SY) 2002–03 and 2017–18. In SY 2002–03, state educational agencies reported…
This video offers a snapshot of data presented in the 2016–18 Biennial Report to Congress on the Title III State Formula Grant Program. In school year (SY) 2017–18, one in five students (20.4%) in California were identified as an English learner (EL). In Texas, nearly three out of 20 students…
This video offers a first look at data from The Office of English Language Acquisition's (OELA) 2016–18 Biennial Report. State educational agencies report on the top five languages spoken by English learners (ELs) each school year. Nationally, the top five languages other than English most commonly…
This video offers a first look at data on immigrant children and youth from the Office of English Language Acquisition's (OELA) forthcoming 2018–20 Biennial Report.  Who is classified as “Immigrant Children and Youth?” –Youth ages 3 through 21. –Youth not born in any state (includes the 50…
In 2021, the Department of Education awarded $2.8M+ in grants under the Native American and Alaska Native Children in School (NAM) Discretionary Grants Program. The funds will be used to support Native American students who are English learners.  The FY2021 NAM recipients included grantees…
This video offers a snapshot of data on English learners (ELs) and their access to educators and other support staff based on the analyses of two large federal datasets: the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) and the Common Core of Data (CCD). Educators and support staff in schools include: –…