How will schools educate the growing number of ELLs with disabilities?

08/30/2011 | Education Week

The U.S. Education Department is considering how best to meet the needs of a growing number of students who are English-language learners and have disabilities. ELL students are expected to make up nearly 40% of students by 2030. About $1.2 million in federal grants are being offered to support three winning approaches aligned with response-to-intervention techniques that can be tested in elementary schools.

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