Addressing the Needs of Students with Limited and Interrupted Formal Education

Addressing the Needs of Students with Limited and Interrupted Forma...
Jennifer Dines, NBCTFebruary 26, 2018

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

This year, I’m in a new position as the Director of English Language Learners for my school. Part of this role involves leading a team of teachers who serve students with limited and interrupted formal education. These students are newcomers to the United States, coming from places where schooling was either inaccessible or non-compulsory, and therefore they’ve had little exposure to academic language and literacy in their native languages. In educational terms, these students are referred to as Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE). Our program organizes SLIFE education into two groups – Spanish and multilingual. A majority…

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