SEDL merged with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in 2015. This archived website contains the work of SEDL legacy projects and rich resources from the past 50 years.
The TXCC Comprehensive Centers Program Ended September 30, 2019
The 2012–2019 grant cycle for the U.S. Department of Education Comprehensive Centers Program ends on September 30, 2019. Please visit the Department’s Comprehensive Centers Program website to check for updates about the 2019–2024 cycle of centers: U.S. Department of Education Comprehensive Center Programs. For information about the centers AIR manages, please visit: AIR Regional Comprehensive Centers and Content Centers.
Making Consistent Decisions about Accommodations for English Language Learners: Research Summit Proceedings
The research summit
In March of 2009, researchers and practitioners convened in Austin, Texas for a research summit on linguistic accommodations for English language learners. The summit and the resulting online proceedings address the four essential questions listed below.
- What do research and best practice tell us about selecting and implementing linguistic accommodations in instruction and on assessments for English language learners?
- What is the state of current practice in the selection and use of linguistic accommodations in instruction and on assessments for English language learners?
- Where should we begin in helping educators select and provide appropriate linguistic accommodations for English language learners in instruction and on assessments?
- What questions require further study with regard to linguistic accommodations for English language learners in instruction and on assessments?
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