Resources to Support Multilingual Learners
With support from the Emerging Bilingual Collaborative and in partnership with the English Learner Workforce Investment initiative (EL-WIN), the Greater LA Education Foundation (GLA) is facilitating free technical assistance, including resource sharing and dedicated grant writing, to help districts unlock state funding.
Below are sample materials that draw on best practices for multilingual learners, early childhood systems, and other areas that districts can use to develop their UPK state plan and apply for related state funding for Residency Grants, Early Educator Teacher Development Grant, and/or Classified School Employee Teacher Credentialing Program Grants.
Additional resources will be added as they become available.
How LACOE LEAs Can Center MLs in Building Local TK Pipelines Brief
This brief outlines a high-level approach that LACOE districts–especially those that have not previously accessed state competitive grant funding–can take to build strong TK pipelines that center multilingual learners and thoughtfully match their local needs with state grant funding opportunities and related state policy shifts.
Click here to access the brief.
How to Center Multilingual Learners in California Universal Pre-Kindergarten Plans
EL-WIN developed a resource for California school district leaders who want to ensure that their Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) plans explicitly and coherently address the assets and needs of multilingual learners. The resource complements CDE’s planning template, and provides additional evidence-based guidance on how to center multilingual learners.
Click here to access the resource.