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Accelerated Career Enhancement (ACE) Program: A New Concept in TESOL Education. Faculty Staff Meeting: February 22, 2003. A Little About Me. OVERVIEW. The Need for ESOL Expertise—Rising Statistics A Little About the Class of 2003. LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002: Caroline County.

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Accelerated career enhancement ace program a new concept in tesol education

Accelerated Career Enhancement (ACE) Program: A New Concept in TESOL Education

Faculty Staff Meeting:

February 22, 2003


A little about me

A Little About Me


Overview

OVERVIEW

  • The Need for ESOL Expertise—Rising Statistics

  • A Little About the Class of 2003


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 caroline county

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002:Caroline County

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 dorchester county

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002:Dorchester County

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 somerset county

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002:Somerset County

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 talbot county

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002:Talbot County

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 wicomico county

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002:Wicomico County

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 actual numbers

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002 (Actual Numbers)

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep student enrollment 1995 2002

LEP Student Enrollment, 1995-2002

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Percentage increase of lep students 1995 2002

Percentage Increase of LEP Students, 1995-2002

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Lep enrollment 1995 2002 percentage increase

LEP Enrollment, 1995-2002: Percentage Increase

  • Our five counties combined: 62.2%

  • All other Maryland counties combined: 47.5%

  • Total increase for Maryland: 47.8%

  • Our numbers aren’t as high as many counties, but our LEP enrollments are growing at a rate of 14.4% over the state as a whole!

Statistics courtesy of Frank Edgerton, Maryland State Department of Education


Outlook for maryland education

Outlook for Maryland Education

“The imperative to accelerate minority achievement grows with each school year, as Maryland will soon have a non-Caucasian majority in its public schools.”

Source: Maryland 2001 State of Education Report (MSDE website)


According to the maryland teacher staffing report 2002 2004

According to the Maryland Teacher Staffing Report, 2002-2004:

  • For 2002-2003, Maryland public schools projected a need to hire 155 teachers certified in ESOL; however, they’re projected to hire only 110 (71% of need).

  • As a result, ESOL is once again listed as a “critical shortage area” in Maryland.


Class of 2003 years teaching experience

Class of 2003: Years Teaching Experience


Grades represented

Grades Represented

  • Almost every grade is represented from kindergarten through high school.

  • Content areas include elementary education, language arts, Spanish, special education, English, Latin, math, and literacy.


Schools represented

Schools Represented


Certification

Certification?

  • Out of the 12 students currently enrolled, 8 students have elected to seek TESOL certification

  • A couple other students have expressed a possible interest and will decide later whether to pursue full certification


Further information

Further Information

If you desire further information or statistics, please contact me by phone or E-mail and I’ll see if I can obtain that data for you.


Ace program contacts

ACE Program Contacts

Dr. Anjali Pandey, Program Director:

410-677-5387

Robert Hoffman, Administrative Coordinator:

410-543-6224

Jamie Smulian, Project Assistant/Website Administrator:

410-543-6107

Faculty Office Phone (only during current faculty member’s office hours):

410-543-6101


Thanks

Thanks!


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