[lg policy] US: Nine Studies about Arizona's Policy for English Language Learners

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Tue Jul 13 18:42:04 UTC 2010

 Forwarded From:  edling at lists.sis.utsa.edu

The Civil Rights Project UCLA

in collaboration with the University of Arizona

Studies about Arizona’s Policy for English Language Learners

Arizona Educational Equity Project: Abstracts and Papers

1. Cecilia Rios Aguilar, Manuel González-Canche, Luis Moll

A Study of Arizona's Teachers of English Language Learners

2. Cecilia Rios-Aguilar, Manuel González-Canche & Luis Moll

Implementing Structured English Immersion [SEI] in Arizona: Benefits,
Costs, Challenges, and Opportunities

3. Patricia Gándara & Gary Orfield

A Return to the "Mexican Room": The Segregation of Arizona's English Learners

4. Ida Rose Florez

Do the AZELLA Cut Scores Meet the Standards? A Validation Review of
the Arizona English Language Learner Assessment

5. Karen E. Lillie, Amy Markos, Alexandria Estrella, Tracy Nguyen,
Karisa Peer, Karla Perez, Anthony Trifiro, M. Beatriz Arias, &
Terrence G. Wiley

Policy in Practice: The Implementation of Structured English Immersion
in Arizona

6. Mary Martinez-Wenzl, Karla Pérez & Patricia Gándara

Is Arizona's Approach to Educating its ELs Superior to Other Forms of

7. Claude Goldenberg & Sara Rutherford-Quach

The Arizona Home Language Survey and the Identification of Students
for ELL Services

8. Eugene Garcia, Kerry Lawton & Eduardo H. Diniz de Figueiredo

The Education of English Language Learners in Arizona: A Legacy of
Persisting Achievement Gaps in a Restrictive Language Policy Climate

9. Eugene Garcia, Kerry Lawton & Eduardo H. Diniz de Figueiredo

Assessment of Young English Language Learners in Arizona: Questioning
the Validity of the State Measure of English Proficiency

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