|Title:||The English Language Learner Program Survey for Principals|
|Description:||The English Language Learner (ELL) Program Survey for Principals includes survey questions for state education agencies to use to collect data about: 1) school-level policies and practices for educating ELL students; 2) the types of professional development related to ELL education that principals have received and would like to receive; 3) principals’ familiarity with state guidelines and standards for ELL student education; and 4) principals’ beliefs about the education of ELL students.
The survey tool was developed by the Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast and Islands in support of the research agenda of the English Language Learners Research Alliance, which is dedicated to improving state, district, and school collection and use of data about ELLs and to exploring programs and services that best fit the needs of students who are English Learners.
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|Cover Date:||June 2014|
|Web Release:||June 17, 2014|
|Print Release:||June 17, 2014|
|Publication #:||REL 2014027
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|Authors:||Matthew W. Grady, Education Development Center; Laura M. O’Dwyer: Boston College. In collaboration with the English Language Learner Alliance.|
|Type of Product:||Tools|
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