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Who are you shaping

the world for?

To ensure equity for English learners in Texas, educators at all levels need access to relevant information and impactful resources. This web portal provides educators with a variety of resources that will positively impact efforts to ensure equity and the academic success of English Learners.

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2021 Title III Symposium - Save the Date
We are excited to announce the 2021 Title III Virtual Symposium that will take place on Thursday, July 22nd and Friday, July 23rd. This event is FREE to all attendees. Help us spread the word by sharing this Save the Date flyer.
Announcement 4/14/2021

2021 EL Summer School Guidance
A new 2021 English Learner Summer School Guidance and FAQ has been released.  Also, review the TAA for Summer School Program for English Leaners (ELs) in Kindergarten and First Grade Reimbursements. Announcement 4/8/2021

Introducing the Free TEA-AmplioSpeech Platform
Check out the Dyslexia Digital Intervention Platform designed to improve student outcomes and empower interventionist.
Announcement 2/9/2021

Act Now - Find out if your child qualifies for SSES funds
TEA is providing online accounts of $1,500 to parents of eligible students with significant and complex disabilities who have been impacted by COVID-19 school closures.  Apply Today! 
Announcement 1/29/2021

New Title III, Part A FAQ Available
The SY 20-21 Title III, Part A FAQ (PDF) has been updated with new and revised guidance from the TEA English Learner Support Division.  
Announcement 1/29/2021

Call for EL Methods Videos
We want to feature you on our new EL Web Portal coming in 2021. Check out this flyer (PDF) for further details. 
Announcement 12/16/2020

New Teacher Resource
Access 5 Instructional Methods (PDF) for teaching English learners during remote learning.
Announcement 11/24/2020

Updated English Learner FAQ
The English Learner FAQ (PDF) has been updated with new and revised guidance from the TEA English Learner Support Division.
Announcement 11/19/2020

English Learner Support Division Meeting
Log in for updates and engage with the TEA EL Support Team.  Education Service Center, School District, and Open-Enrollment staff that support English learners are all encouraged to attend.  Access the new page for more details.  
Announcement 11/4/2020

Bilingual Education exceptions and/or ESL waivers
All applications are due on or before Sunday, November 1, 2020.  Check out our available resources including videos and FAQs.
Announcement 10/12/2020

Engagement Update
The Engagement Planning Tool has been updated.  Big changes for the Title III Engagement page are coming soon.  Be on the lookout for an announcement.
Announcement 10/02/2020

Preparing to get ESL certified?
Register for the new, free ESL Certification Training online course at www.txeslprep.org! Check out this video and flyer for more information.
Announcement 9/02/2020


Fact Sheet
A series of Fact Sheets are being created to highlight English learners in Texas. Check out Fact Sheet #1 (PDF) and Fact Sheet #2 (PDF). Access links on What’s New page.
Announcement 9/02/2020


Featured Articles
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How several districts across one city assisted English learners with virtual or blended instruction, while discussing challenges and opportunities.
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A Q&A where two educator experts address practical tips that teachers can implement as they address collaboration and co-teaching focused on English learner support.
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Ways teachers are assisting English learners and provides examples of English learner student work.
Teacher giving a student a high five.

A Q&A where two educator experts address practical tips that teachers can implement as they address collaboration and co-teaching focused on English learner support.
Boy working on an assignment and watching the lesson on his laptop.
Ways teachers are assisting English learners and provides examples of English learner student work.
Two people sitting on the grass working on their laptops.
Review available data on immigrants’ digital access and digital literacy skills in the United States and examine the essential nature of digital tools.
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The Process for Serving English Learners

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