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Ell

An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 45 inches.
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* Just 2 percent of students who completed most of all CTE programs were ELLs.
Caption: SKILL BUILDERS--Nashua School District in New Hampshire has developed several initiatives to increase the number of ELLs in its CTE programs.
But it didn't feel like a juggling act, she told us, since "it's all about ELL support."
A well-trained and experienced ELL teacher, Sarah provided high-quality instruction in her own ELD classroom as well as providing support to ELLs in their content-area classes.
Just I feel like it didn't confuse me because of the; like what to do best with ELL that confused me because just the language of the math.
In their view, this might make the ELL teaching "othered" from non-ELL teaching and therefore ELL teaching might be distinct from non-ELL teaching.
One participant stated that "the parents didn't want to go to the school or go anywhere official." According to another participant, "They didn't want to have anything to do with the necessary policies." The teachers believed that the parents were "afraid of being deported" or "scared that it would be assumed they were illegal." In addition, the teachers felt that Latino ELL parents did not want to participate in the prereferral process because of negative cultural stigma related to disability.
region, size of ELL population, and personal training.
have 10% or more ELLs in their pubic school student populations
At the heart of Chapter 4 is the impact that social and emotional complications have on ELLs' academic performance.