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Bilingual Coordinators Network Meeting June 5-6, 2008 Long Beach, CA. Language Policy and Leadership Office. Title III LEP & Immigrant. The estimated per EL and immigrant student rate for fiscal year 2008-09 is $95 LEAs must apply in order to receive funds

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Bilingual coordinators network meeting june 5 6 2008 long beach ca

Bilingual Coordinators Network MeetingJune 5-6, 2008Long Beach, CA

Language Policy and Leadership Office


Title iii lep immigrant
Title III LEP & Immigrant

  • The estimated per EL and immigrant student rate for fiscal year 2008-09 is $95

  • LEAs must apply in order to receive funds

  • LEAs generating $10,000 or more apply via the ConApp I, page 2

  • LEAs generating less than $10,000 apply via consortia which must be submitted via a paper application

  • Beginning in 2007-08, LEP consortia must remain intact for 4 consecutive years

  • All applications due June 30, 2008


The application process
The Application Process

Current Title III Contacts:

Program: David Almquist [email protected]

Private and charter schools: Nancy Zarenda [email protected]

Fiscal: Camille Marzion [email protected]

Visit the Title III website for all details: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/

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2007 08 title iii accountability reports
2007-08 Title III Accountability Reports

  • Preliminary Data on AMAOs 1 and 2 and the Information Guide are expected to be released in June

  • Title III Accountability Reports to be released in Sept. 08 following AYP release in late Aug.


Community based english tutoring program cbet
Community Based English Tutoring Program(CBET)

State Board of Education Revised Regulations

May 7, 2008


Automated records checks
Automated Records Checks

  • Language that required background checks of CBET enrollees was omitted.


Automated records checks1
Automated Records Checks

Regulations now state school districts may use CBET funds for:

expenses related to the CBET program, such as… background checks on CBET tutors as authorized by Education Code sections 35021 - 35021.4 and 45349.


Cbet data collection requirements
CBET Data Collection Requirements

  • Improvement in English literacy of adult CBET tutors

  • Attendance of pupils participating in the tutoring program

  • Achievement progress measured by CST for students

  • Achievement progress measured by CELDT for students


Cbet data collection requirements continued
CBET Data Collection Requirements, Continued

  • A participating school district shall report the data maintained to the State Board of Education upon request.


Cbet evaluation
CBET Evaluation

  • Omitted language that specified CDE shall evaluate the CBET Program.

  • The State Board of Education already has the authority to review the guidelines by which a school district distributes its CBET funding.


For more information
For more information:

  • http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/cb

    Paul A. Garcia

    (916) 323-5467

    [email protected]


Accountability leadership institute for english learners immigrant and migrant students
Accountability Leadership Institute for English Learners, Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Date: February 9 & 10, 2009

(February 8 – early registration)

Location: Hyatt Regency at the San Francisco Airport, Burlingame

Registration brochures will be mailed in August. Check our Web site in upcoming months for more information: http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/


Institute planning committee
Institute Planning Committee Immigrant, and Migrant Students

California Department of Education Administrators & Consultants:

-Language Policy and Leadership Office, Nancy Zarenda, lead

-Migrant Education, Amalia Chamorro, co-lead

-English Learner Accountability Unit

Statewide Partners:

-Lynne Aoki, National Association for Multicultural Educators

-Maria Deharo, Migrant Ed, Region 7

-Debra Dougherty, San Diego USD

-Robert Linquanti, WestEd

-Claudia Lockwood, San Joaquin COE

-Sheli Silva, Migrant Ed, Region 8

-Shelly Speigel-Coleman, Californians Together

-Yee Wan, Santa Clara COE

-Mary Woodruff, Migrant Ed, Region 22


Theme integrating improvement efforts building synergies
Theme: Immigrant, and Migrant StudentsIntegrating Improvement Efforts, Building Synergies

Areas of Focus:

  • INFORMING POLICY AND LEGISLATION

  • PROMISING PRACTICES, CONNECTIONS, & OPPORTUNITIES

  • ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION & ACCOUNTABILITY

  • CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION


Portraits of success
Portraits of Success Immigrant, and Migrant Students

We are seeking keynote speakers in all walks of life and representing many professions who are success stories of English learners, immigrant, and migrant students.

Please send your suggestions to:

Nancy Zarenda: [email protected]


Title iii year 2 year 4
Title III Year 2 & Year 4 Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Possible LEAs 2008-09:

Year 2 106

Year 4 64

View lists of LEAs at:

www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/acct.asp


Title iii year 2 seminar
Title III Year 2 Seminar Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Seminars designed for participants required to submit the Year 2 LEA Improvement Plan Addendum (IPA)

Teams attend two days: development of the IPA, build capacity within LEA to address needs of ELs

Completed plan submitted to LPLO in January 2009


Title iii year 4 forum
Title III Year 4 Forum Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Forums designed for participants required to modify curriculum, program and method of instruction for ELs

Teams attend two days: systemic change within the LEA to address needs of ELs

County Office leads provide Pre-Forum to address specific needs in the development of the required Action Plan (dates TBD)

Submit online Action Plan (date TBD)


Title iii year 2 year 41
Title III Year 2 & Year 4 Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Tentative Technical Assistance

Year 2 Seminars:

Nov. 12-13 Sacramento

Nov. 18-19 Riverside

Year 4 Forums:

Oct. 14-15 Sacramento

Oct. 21-22 Los Angeles


Contact information
Contact Information Immigrant, and Migrant Students

Year 2

Paul Garcia, Consultant

916-323-5467

[email protected]

Year 4

Marcela Rodriguez, Consultant

916-322-9385

[email protected]


New tool available
New Tool Available Immigrant, and Migrant Students

  • The English Learner School-Level tool is now available on the Title III Accountability web site:

    www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/t3/acct.asp

    (under 2007-08 Year 4 heading)

  • Developed to determine school level implementation of the 9 EPCs applied to English learners in order to focus Title III services


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