The purpose of the Office of English Language Learning (ELL) is to ensure equitable standards-based bilingual and ESL educational services for culturally and linguistically diverse special education students and their families.
Programs District 75 serves Limited English Proficient/English Language Learners (LEP/ELLs) between the ages of 4.9 and 21 years with moderate to severe disabilities, across the five boroughs, in 58 school organizations, at over 300 sites. To meet the needs of the diverse LEP/ELL population, District 75 provides an array of unique services, including bilingual and ESL instruction. District 75 instructional programs for ELLs include: Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE) programs and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. ESL programs consist of push-in/pull-out or self-contained instruction. Students are served by certified special education bilingual teachers, ESL teachers and paraprofessionals, as mandated. Goals:
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