KES provides ESOL services using one or more of the following approved state models.

1. Pull-out model outside the academic block- students are taken out of a non-academic class for the purpose of receiving small group language instruction.

2. Push-in model within the academic block- students remain in their general education class where they receive content  instruction from their content area teacher and laguage assistance from the ESOL teacher.

3. A cluster center to which students are transported for instruction- students from one or more schools are grouped in a center designed to provide intensive language assistance.

4. A resource center/laboratory-students receive language assistance in a group setting supplemented by multi-media materials.

5. A scheduled class period-students at the middle nad high school levels receive language assistance and /or content instruction in a class composed of ELLs only.

6. An alternative approved in advance by the Department of Education through a process described in Guidance accompanying this rule.


ESOL Teachers

Tania Hand- Lead

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