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The NCSTIIID serves as the voice of ELs, representing SEAs and LEAs across the United States.
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NCSTIIID May 3
Nominations for SEA directors to the NCSTIIID are now open! Please submit your nominations at the link below. Also, NCSTIIID is soon to become NAELPA (National Association of English Learner Program...
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NCSTIIID Apr 29
Have you heard about the Reaching English Learners Act (H.R. 1153, S. 5​45)? It's gaining momentum. Read about it in Language Magazine!
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NCSTIIID Apr 22
Join the NCSTIIID for its next webinar on April 25th. In addition to our featured speaker, there will be updates and announcements from the NCSTIIID. This webinar will feature Lee Her, a Community Engagement...
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NCSTIIID Apr 16
The Council of Great City Schools has just published a report on English learner demographics, achievement, and program staffing. Check it out and let us know what...
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NCSTIIID Apr 10
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NCSTIIID Apr 8
WWC | How Teachers Can Use the WWC Practice Guides
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NCSTIIID Mar 28
Do your communities have questions about the proposed policy changes on how "public charge" determinations are made? If so, check out the free letter from TransACT, and register for the April 15th webinar led by Roger Rosenthal of...
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NCSTIIID Mar 24
Language learning can be exhausting! Here are some practical ideas to let students recharge.
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NCSTIIID Mar 22
Registration is open for the OELA Multiliteracy Symposium! Attendees may join in person or by livestream. "You are invited to join us in exploring this important topic with national leaders in...
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NCSTIIID Mar 20
New America has released a set of essential policies and practices for grow-your-own programs for bilingual educators. Has your state had success with this type of initiative?...
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NCSTIIID Mar 19
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NCSTIIID Mar 19
Does your state provide assessments in students' primary/home languages?...
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NCSTIIID Mar 14
See this article in Language Magazine for ideas on creating an EL Master Plan, focusing on ten key components.
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NCSTIIID Feb 26
OELA is hosting a webinar on EL family engagement, featuring its newly-released EL Family Toolkit! Join Jose Viana, Melissa Escalante, and Anthony Sepulveda of OELA and Diane Staehr Fenner, President of SupportEd, on...
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NCSTIIID Feb 25
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: OELA Family Engagement Webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.
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NCSTIIID Feb 22
Does your state have a retention law? If so, how is it affecting ELs?
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NCSTIIID Feb 16
Draft K-12 Social and Emotional Learning Standards available for public comment | Ohio Department of Education
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NCSTIIID Feb 8
CCSSO has released its much-anticipated framework on serving and exiting ELs with disabilities! How will you put this framework to use in your state?...
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NCSTIIID Jan 24
The US Department of Education will be hosting two web conference calls for state-level staff on the English language proficiency assessment peer review process. (Note that the content of both calls will be identical, so...
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NCSTIIID Jan 23
Please join the National Council of State Title III Directors for a webinar tomorrow, January 23, 2019 (8am PST, 9am MST, 10am CST, and 11am EST) presented by Dr. Soyoung Park from the University of Texas, Austin. In this webinar Dr. Park will...
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