RECLASSIFICATION a workshop for parents. October 2012. What is reclassification? Why is it important? What are the criteria for reclassification? What is the reclassification process?. What is Reclassification?. Reclassification is the term used to indicate
that an English Language Learner has attained academic English fluency.
In addition to student performance questions, teachers are asked to state whether they approve of the student’s reclassification. When a teacher does not approve, the district level reclassification committee reviews student performance data and discusses the student with the teacher. The final decision for reclassification, based on a combination of factors, is made at the district level.
Parents are notified by the school principal when their children have met all of the district criteria for reclassification. They are invited to a meeting in which they can ask questions about reclassification.
Reclassified students receive Reclassification Certificates
signed by the school principal.
Students are congratulated on what is truly
a major achievement – attaining
FLUENCY IN ENGLISH!