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Supporting ELL students through assessments
English Language Learners (ELLs) of all ages are found all across the United States. In California elementary aged ELL students account for more than 50 percent of all school aged English learners (cde.ca.gov). California is the state with the largest number of ELL students, at about 20% according to the 2019 census (cde.ca.gov). English Language Learners have been the center of many educational debates for many years, dating back to 2001 with the beginning of the No Child Left Behind Act. However, assessment scores prove that ELL students are struggling and being left behind at an alarming rate.
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