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ELD Consultants

Alesha Ramirez
ELA/ELD Consultant
(559) 651-3031 Ext. 3357

Sandi Cahill
ELA/ELD Consultant
(559) 651-3031 Ext. 3355

Lenore Medina
ELA/ELD Consultant
(559) 651-3031 Ext. 3352

Just added - World Languages Standards

Looking for a tool to reflect upon your practice in regard to CA ELD Standards? Check out ELD Green Lights, Red Flags.



Recursos en Español

Bilingual Authorization Coursework through CSUB

If you’re fully Spanish-English biliterate and ready to invest in full coursework to add Bilingual Authorization to your existing credential, check this out!

(This is not a test-prep experience.)

May be hosted in Porterville, if at least 20 participants.

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NEW! Heinemann Supports for English Language Learners

Please download your free copy of grade-level booklets to help you identify the many ways that the Units of Study in Reading and Writing support English language development.

These booklets also offer ways teachers can adapt instruction in the Units of Study to make them even more helpful. 

Resource Highlight: ELD Proficiency Continuum

The ELD Proficiency Continuum outlines the Proficiency Level Descriptors, and is intended to be used as a guide for teachers and curriculum developers to provide ELs w targeted instruction in English language development, as well as differentiated instruction in academic content areas.

To find the ELD Proficiency Continuum (and other great ELD resources, simply click on the links you find here, or use the simple search box at the top of the page.

Click on the banner above to view the Language and Literacy Tool, designed by the Stanislaus County Office of Education.

Great Resources - Project Core

Project Core brings together an experienced consortium of educators and second language acquisition experts from San Diego State University, San Diego County Office of Education, and local school districts, to address the critical need to transition to (CCLAS) and prepare SDSU College of Education (COE) Faculty, pre-service and in-service teachers to provide English Learners in San Diego County, access and opportunity to achieve (CCLAS) and acquire 21st century skills.