English Language Learners (ELL)
Close the achievement gap
Over the past 15 years, the ELL student population has almost doubled to nearly 5 million students. Districts have struggled to keep pace with the learning needs of this increasingly diverse group of students.
What do ELL students need to succeed?
Effective digital curriculum gives students access to the same grade-level core course content, with the supports and scaffolds they need to build content mastery.
Increase Equity and Outcomes for ELL Students with Digital Curriculum
Tuesday, June 6 at 11:00 a.m. Central (9:00 Pacific/12:00 Eastern)
Join us as we discuss how using effective strategies with innovative digital curriculum is helping to bring equity for English language learners in secondary education.
Customer Story: Students of Emmett J. Conrad High SchoolWatch English Language Learners from Emmett J. Conrad High School (Dallas Independent School District) discuss how Apex Learning prepared them for Texas state assessments and life after high school.
Customer Story: High School of World CulturesHear from Ramon Namnun and Esther-Racquel Fragosa as they discuss the challenges and needs at High School of World Cultures, located in the Bronx particularly for new arrivals to the country and English Language Learners.