White paper: Six strategies to close math gaps for ELL students

Did you know there have been significant achievement gaps in NAEP math scores between ELL students and non-ELL students since the 1990s? These gaps have remained relatively unchanged and serve as an early risk predictor for the likelihood of students to drop out of high school.

With the already sizable ELL population in U.S. public schools growing each year, providing equity and access to educational opportunities for these students is of paramount importance. Our goal as educators is to disrupt this trend of math gaps and help Latino ELL students reach the same levels of math achievement as their peers.

Download this white paper for best practices and strategies to help make a difference in your Latino ELL achievement and prepare your district to support this growing group of learners: