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This training, coming in 2018, is designed for teams of educators, including classroom teachers, coaches, teachers on special assignment, and site administrators who play a role in supporting high quality education for English learners in the classroom.

Training highlights:

  • Connecting ELPAC task types to classroom instruction
  • Advancing English proficiency through classroom practices
  • Using the formative assessment process, creating interim assessments, and designating accessibility resources

The English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) is the successor to the California English Language Development Test (CELDT). State and federal law require that local educational agencies administer a state test of ELP to eligible students in kindergarten (or year one of a two-year kindergarten program, sometimes referred to as “transitional kindergarten”) through grade twelve. This workshop covers the Summative Assessment only. Participants will need to attend a separate workshop to be certified for the Initial Assessment.

The English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) is the successor to the California English Language Development Test (CELDT). State and federal law require that local educational agencies administer a state test of ELP to eligible students in kindergarten (or year one of a two-year kindergarten program, sometimes referred to as “transitional kindergarten”) through grade twelve. This workshop covers the Summative Assessment only. Participants will need to attend a separate workshop to be certified for the Initial Assessment.

The English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) is the successor to the California English Language Development Test (CELDT). State and federal law require that local educational agencies administer a state test of ELP to eligible students in kindergarten (or year one of a two-year kindergarten program, sometimes referred to as “transitional kindergarten”) through grade twelve. This workshop covers the Summative Assessment only. Participants will need to attend a separate workshop to be certified for the Initial Assessment.

The 2018-19 SCOE Goals

Goal #1 Smoothly transition the newly elected Superintendent of Stanislaus County Office of Education to ensure the continuation of established programs, initiatives, and culture