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3 Ways Assessments Differ for English Learners

All students suffered learning loss as a result of spring 2020 school closures. However, some were impacted more than others. English Language Learners, or English learners (ELs) especially missed out on opportunities for direct, specialized instruction that is so critical to building language proficiency, and may have been quarantined in households where little to no English is spoken. Educators will need to assess EL students right away this school year to determine where they are at in their language practice, what skills they are struggling with, and what supports they need to keep building proficiency.

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