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Reclassification of English Learners. Making Sense of the Process. The Updated Term. Redesignation Reclassification. Criteria Needed for Reclassification. Assessment of English Language Proficiency Comparison of Performance in Basic Skills Teacher Evaluation

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Reclassification of English Learners

Making Sense of the Process


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The Updated Term

Redesignation

Reclassification


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Criteria Needed for Reclassification

  • Assessment of English Language Proficiency

  • Comparison of Performance in Basic Skills

  • Teacher Evaluation

  • Parent Opinion and Consultation


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What does it look like in our school district?

  • Assessment of English Language Proficiency – California English Language Development Test (CELDT)

  • Comparison of Performance in Basic Skills – California Standards Test (CST) English Language Arts and Math

  • Teacher Evaluation – Report Card

  • Parent Opinion and Consultation


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CELDT Data

  • Student scores a 4 or 5 (Early-Advanced or Advanced) overall

  • No sub test is below a 3 (Intermediate)


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CST Data

  • Student scores a level 3 (Basic) or above in English Language Arts

  • Student scores a level 3 (Basic) or above in Math


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Teacher Evaluation

  • Grades are at a level 3 (basic) or above in reading, writing, and math

  • Student consistently writes at a level 3 or above on the District Writing Scoring Guide in on-going classroom assignments


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Parent Opinion and Consultation

  • Provide notice in writing in English and primary language of the student, conference or telephone contact to parents/guardians of their right to participate in the reclassification process

  • Encourage them to participate in face-to-face meeting

  • Parent signature on form or verification of contact by school personnel


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*The important criteria is that the student has English proficiency comparable to that of the majority of pupils of the same age or grade whose primary language is English.


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Who Can Institute the Reclassification Process? proficiency comparable to that of the majority of pupils of the same age or grade whose primary language is English.

  • Classroom teacher

  • Bilingual Instructional Assistant

  • Parent

  • School Principal


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Placement of Reclassified Students proficiency comparable to that of the majority of pupils of the same age or grade whose primary language is English.

  • Any English Learner Program Option (Structured English Immersion, Alternative Program)

  • Mainstream Classroom


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What happens after reclassification? proficiency comparable to that of the majority of pupils of the same age or grade whose primary language is English.

  • Reclassify student as fluent English proficient (FEP)

  • Notify parents/guardians of reclassification

  • Update school and district records

  • Monitor the student for two years to determine if he/she is able to progress in the regular classroom


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What happens if a reclassified student does not progress in a regular classroom?

  • Student Study Team may recommend assistance from the bilingual instructional assistant (See Language Reclassification Follow-Up Form)

  • Student Study Team may recommend that student be placed in a bilingual classroom (if available)


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District Forms for Documentation a regular classroom?

  • Reclassification Recommendation

  • Language Reclassification Follow-Up Form