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Parent Information

Related Documents:
ABC`s of Education
Rights of Parents
Rights of Parents-Spanish
Additional Pages:
English Learner Family Night 2017


Web page resources for parents / Recursos en el web para padres

Colorin Colorado

Lots of resources, training videos, booklists, etc., for teachers and parents of ESL students

Muchos recursos para padres y alumnos aprendiendo el ingles como idioma, como videos de entrenamiento y un lista de libros


USA Learns

Site for adults wanting to improve their English

Un sitio para adultos para mejora su ingles como idioma



Starfall.com has been a free online resource since 2002, teaching millions of children to read and inspiring a love of learning. 

Un sitio gratuito en linea desde 2002, enseñando millones de ninos(as) leer e inspirar un amor por el aprendizaje


WIDA English Language Development Standards

Webinars for  Families of ELs

Families are critical stakeholders within the comprehensive system of WIDA standards and assessments.  Families of language learners have the right to know and understand how their child is progressing in his or her English language development. 

By providing families with information about key topics including what it means to be an EL student, the WIDA standards and assessments, and how to interpret student language proficiency scores, parents will be better equipped to engage in meaningful discussions with educators about students' language instruction and progress.  While parents are the primary audience for webinars, educators can also benefit, as this resurce raises awareness about the types of questions parents of ELs may have and offers opportunities to examine local practices in order to enhance communication with families of ELs.

Click here  for Webinars. 





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