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  • LIVE OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JANUARY 20, 2011 English Language Development & English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) Overview SRVUSD ELD Center Jennifer Beavers – 479-6583 Sheri Herauf – 479-6581
  • 2009-2010 English Learner Population State/County/District/Live Oak Total Enrollment Number of English Learners Students Reclassified Fluent English Proficient CA 6,190,425 1,468,771 (23.7%) 175,417 (11.6%) Contra Costa County 166,519 29,088 (17.5%) 2,577 (9%) SRVUSD 27,937 1,179 (4.2%) 218 (17.7%) Live Oak 1038 140 (13.5%) 32 (19.9%)
  • Live Oak Top 10 Home Languages Number of English Learners Home Language March 2010 Mandarin 35 (25%) All Other Non-English 25 (18%) Korean 20 (14%) Cantonese 15 (11%) Hindi 10 (7%) Spanish 10 (7%) Vietnamese 8 (6%) Urdu 5 (4%) Arabic 2 (1.4%) Dutch 2 (1.4%) Farsi 2 (1.4%) Filipino (Pilipino or Tagalog) 2 (1.4%)
  • California English Language Development Test (CELDT)
    • If parents indicate a language other than English on the Home Language Survey the student must be given the CELDT test.
    • The CELDT is a test of English skills in the following areas:
            • Listening
            • Speaking
            • Reading
            • Writing
  • CELDT Levels
    • A passing CELDT score is overall Early Advanced or higher, with no more than one subtest score of Intermediate. Note: K/1 Listening & Speaking only
    •  
  • English Learner Status
    • After a student is given the CELDT test for the first time, he/she is designated as one of the following:
      • Initial English Fluent Proficient (IFEP) – if a passing CELDT score is achieved
      • English Learner (EL) – until all reclassification requirements have been met
      • Note: Kindergarteners, 1 st , and 2 nd graders will continue to be
      • designated as English learners until they take the STAR test in
      • 2 nd grade, even if they are performing well academically.
  • Reclassification Requirements
    • In order for a student to be reclassified as English proficient, all of the following requirements must be met:
        • Passing score on CELDT
        • A score of 325 or higher on the English Language Arts section of the STAR test
        • Academic performance at or above grade-level standards & teacher recommendation
        • Parent consultation & approval
  • ELAC Responsibilities (California Department of Education)
    • The ELAC advises the school on the following:
      • Development of a plan for English learner education for the school site plan
      • Development of the school’s needs assessment for the site plan
      • Distribution of the annual language census data
      • The importance of regular school attendance
      • The academic needs of English learner students