Millions of English-learning students from all over the world are in the United States school system.
However, schools still struggle with how to provide these students with the same opportunities and quality education as their non-EL counterparts. But their language differences do not always mean they have learning disabilities. This course introduces you to the tools you need to make that distinction. Further develop the lives and minds of EL students through concepts like culturally relevant curriculum and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Also learn the proper special-education referral process for an EL student who may have a learning disability.