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Principle 1

Assets-Oriented and Needs Responsive Schools

Pre-schools and schools are responsive to different EL strengths, needs, and identities and support the socio-emotional health and development of English learners.


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Principle 2

Intellectual Quality of Instruction and Meaningful Access

English learners engage in standards-based,  high quality learning experiences that foster high levels of English proficiency.

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Principle 3

System Conditions that Support Effectiveness

The school system has knowledgeable and responsive leaders and educators who utilize valid assessment to inform instruction and continuous improvement. 

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Principle 4

Alignment and Articulation Within and Across Systems

English learners experience a coherent and aligned set of practices and pathways to ensure successful participation in a global, diverse, multilingual, twenty-first century world.

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