ELL count & Pctg: http://www.elltx.org/bilingual_esl.html 6 states, 61% - http://www.ets.org/Media/Conferences_and_Events/pdf/ELLsympsium/ELL_factsheet.pdfTexas ELLs vs 28 states, E3 Analysis of 2010 Census data (Students = Under 18 – Under 5) from Summary File 1, 2010, age groups and sex, by state.
Rough Draft Slide. Change out with correct map.
Need to vary color of each bar.
AEIS data for 2000-01 and 2010-11 school years, Rate = (LEP Count in 2010-LEP Count in 2000)/LEP Count in 2000.
Grade 6 is required for bilingual if it is in the same campus as Grade 5.
Data obtained 3/9/12
Title needs date6000 ELLs in PK, 18000 in KG – that’s why percentage shrinks dramatically
Includes only ELLs in districts that are required to have a bilingual program. Requirement determine by counting ELLs by grade and language, and where counts >=20 per state law. Ignores whether district ACTUALLY provides bilingual services.
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