How can teachers of Latino English language learners actively engage their students' families in helping ELLs succeed in school? Reaching Out to Latino Families of English Language Learners includes practical tips and tools, including reproducible form letters in English and Spanish, that can help teachers solicit valuable information about students from their families, extend families' knowledge of how U. The more families of Latino ELLs learn about the curriculum, policies, and procedures of their children's schools, the more comfortable they will be collaborating with teachers.
Likewise, the more educators learn about their students' backgrounds, the better able they will be to help them in the classroom. This complete resource will enable educators to work diligently and harmoniously with students' families in the service of what really matters: the academic success of Latino students. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books.
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Buy in bulk and save. Share This Product:. All students are entitled to a fair and equal opportunity to learn; however, at present, Latino ELs are often left behind, as evidenced by the following statistics: Latinos have the highest dropout rate nationwide—28 percent, which is double the rate of African Americans and four times that of their white peers.blakcacapgbonkalksnif.tk
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Only 11 percent of Latinos 25 or older have a bachelor's degree. Forty percent of Latino adults have not completed high school, and one out of four has less than a 9th grade education. Latinos have low rates of enrollment in college-preparatory courses; fewer than half attend schools that offer such courses. Studies reveal a significant gap more than 20 percentage points on high-stakes reading and math tests between Latinos and their white counterparts, for all age groups.
Many Latino students live in poverty, which hinders academic achievement in multiple ways. Add To Cart.
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