Who are ELLs?


English language learners (ELLs), also referred to as Limited English Proficient or LEP students, are students whose
native language is not English and who are not yet able to do ordinary classroom work in English. Each school district
must have a way to identify whether or not a student is an English language learner. Once a district identifies students as
English language learners, it must arrange for them to receive instruction that is designed specifically for learning English
and subject matter content in accordance with laws and regulations.
Resource, PIRC: http://www.pplace.org/publications/pointers/English/pppell.pdf

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