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Leveraging Equity and Excellence for English Learners: An Annotated Bibliography is comprised of 100 annotations from both recent and seminal literature (released between 1994–2018) that have significant implications for policy and practice for English learner (EL) schooling and academic achievement. The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to serve as a resource for educators and advocates who are working for equity and justice for ELs. The Center for Equity for English Learners conducted a review of empirical and theoretical articles from peer-reviewed journals, as well as books, book chapters, and reports from leading scholars in the field. This annotated bibliography is not meant to be an exhaustive list of research in the field and is
intended to capture a wide breadth of topics. The annotations are organized into the following15 topics: academic achievement and assessment, biliteracy and bilingualism, course access, designated English language development (DELD), early childhood education and dual language learners, English language and literacy, identification and classification, integrated English language development (IELD), leadership, policy, program models, school-family-community engagement, students with disabilities, and teacher preparation & professional development. Each annotation includes: (1) the source description (e.g., book, journal article, report), (2) type of source (e.g., empirical, guidance, theoretical), and (3) keywords that provide additional information for readers.
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