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New California ELA/ELD Framework

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Bringing the Framework to Life

The state's new English Language Arts (ELA) and English Language Development (ELD) Framework specifies what curriculum should include, what instruction looks like, and innovative ways to think about both.Print flier​​

The framework is groundbreaking in its integration of language development across content areas. It is also a critical read for district and school leadership teams, teachers, literacy coaches, and others when considering instructional materials, planning, assessment, and professional learning.

With all the changes -- a more than 1,000-page framework, new California standards, the integration of ELA and ELD, and new assessments -- it's the perfect time to see how it all works together.

The San Diego County Office of Education has you covered with two ELA/ELD Framework 101 sessions during the summer and fall.


ELA/ELD Framework 101

Register by clicking the date below.​

October 5 at Point Loma Nazarena University, 4007 Camino del Rio S, Mission Valley


About the ELA/ELD Framework 101

  • ​The ELA/ELD Framework 101 will introduce the framework in a practical and valuable way for general and special education classroom teachers, literacy coaches, resource teachers, site and district administrators and others interested in understanding the framework.
  • ​The framework was created as a usable resource for planning and instructional practice. The ELA/ELD Framework 101 will guide you to those helpful tools that support and inform your daily instruction.
  • ELA/ELD Framework 101 participants will also be able to utilize a SDCOE-created guide to the framework. The Framework Companion is a time-saving resource to help you navigate the comprehensive framework.
  • Embrace the opportunity this summer to increase the rigor for all students while building​ your professional knowledge.

    The cost is $75 per person. Sessions are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Coffee and lunch will be provided.​​


    Questions? Contact Catalina Andrade​ at 585-569-5397​​​