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FACTUAL FRIDAY: The Meaning of Academic English Language

What:  Academic English Language The Meaning: Academic English Language (AEL) is the language used in the classroom, in textbooks, and on tests. It is different than everyday spoken language in many respects, including vocabulary and structure. In fact, no one … Continue reading

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New: LAS Links Forms C

We are pleased to announce the launch of LAS Links Forms C & Español B, a new pair of research-based, summative assessment forms designed to measure students’ language proficiency in correspondence with the goals of the Common Core State Standards. … Continue reading

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Guide Your Title l and Title lll Students Toward Academic English Language and Academic Success Using New Funding

The California School Board Association and the California Department of Education recently announced new budget allocations where schools will receive a base grant depending on average daily attendance (ADA) numbers. The target funding level is based on the statewide average … Continue reading

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Academic English Language: Why It’s Important

Academic English Language (AEL) is the language used in the classroom, in textbooks, and on tests. It is different than everyday spoken language in many respects, including vocabulary and structure. AEL has become accepted as the foundation for successfully completing … Continue reading

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