Multilingual Pathways Department provides English Learners with a culturally and linguistically relevant education by engaging educators in quality professional development that empowers them to serve the educational needs of linguistically diverse student populations. In order to ensure the academic success of English Learners, we advocate for the development and maintenance of clearly defined biliteracy pathways that will raise student achievement across content areas and prepare them to fully participate in the 21st century economic, political, cultural, and intellectual life of our global society.
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CHECK OUT a new series of videos by SFUSD/MPD and Teaching Channel to promote practices that support English Learners HERE.
Videos for high school will be coming soon!
You can access all documents using your SFUSD Goggle Account
NEW - Launching Designated ELD Lessons K-5 and other resources
"Language is learned, not because we want to talk or read or write about language, but because we want to talk and read and write about the world"
Council of the Great City Schools has long advocated for English language learners, conducting strategic support teams and research to advise our members on leveraging resources to improve their academic achievement.
Click here to view the College Board video English Language Learners & the Right to Rigor featuring Lily Wong-Fillmore, Kenji Hakuta and Guadalupe Valdez.