California School Board Association Conference: Join Us!

The California School Board Association Annual Education Conference and Trade Show is considered one of the premiere education programs and events of its kind. Educators and administrators from various districts come together to discuss the ways in which we can continue to impact and improve student success in the classroom. This year, CTB/McGraw-Hill is proud to be presenting in one of their many impressive workshops. The workshop, “Preparing Academic English Learners for the Common Core State Standards: Targeting Student Language Needs” is:

  • Date:                   Friday, November 30, 2012
  • Time:                  4:00 – 5:15 PM
  • Location:            Moscone West, Room 2020

The Los Angeles Unified School District conducted a study of the proficiency patterns of Academic English Learners (AEL) as part of a larger effort to support all learners in acquiring academic English skills needed for school and career success. Join our workshop to learn about the results, including proficiency patterns across grades and subgroups, triangulated with evidence from theoretical research and field staff input.

Plus, learn how LAS Links can help your educators recognize the role of AE in the mastery of academic content across all curriculum areas, and ultimately strengthen your ELD program.

Presenters are:

  • Kandice Mclurkin-Hasani –            Director of the Academic English Mastery Program, Los Angeles USD
  • Huan Wang            –            Research Scientist, CTB McGraw-Hill
  • Eddie Orum            –            Strategic Accounts Manager, CTB McGraw-Hill and Life Member of NASBE

For additional information about our session or to visit our trade show exhibit, please contact:

Eddie Orum

713.520.6786

Eddie_Orum@ctb.com

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