Effective Practices and Policy
Policies and practices informed by research hold the potential to generate more equitable opportunities for all Californians. Multiple state agencies and departments are partnering on the English Language Learner Initiative to leverage technical assistance resources and support research on effective ways to serve ELLs in diverse communities across the state.
Here you’ll find CA Policy Guidance on how to improve services for ELLs and studies that describe the ELL pilots, who they served and practices that work to build an aligned system of education, training and support services leading to more equitable employment opportunities for English learns in California’s workforce.
- Final Evaluation Report and Pilot Profiles – The full evaluation of the ELL Co-Enrollment Navigator Pilot of 2017-2018 can be found here. This report details the site teams and their programs while highlighting best practices from the implementation teams and suggestions for the future.
- Grantee Self-Evaluation Summary Report
- Grantee Site Visit Summary Report
- Pathways to Services – This policy document provides guidance to service providers by establishing the procedures regarding verifying work authorization and making services accessible to all populations in California.
- Strategic Co-enrollment – Unified Plan Partners – This policy provides the guidance and establishes the procedures regarding California’s strategic co-enrollment. While this policy is not a mandate, this strategy is highly encouraged and supported under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the California Unified Strategic Workforce Development Plan (State Plan).
- CA Ideal Co-Enrollment Model
- Limited English Proficiency Guidance
- AB 2098 – Adult Education Block Grant Program: immigration integration
- Adult Education and Immigrant Integration in California: Effective Practices Across the Immigrant Integration Framework – Presentation by High Road Alliance
- Supporting Transition from Adult Education to Postsecondary Education and Employment in California – Presentation by High Road Alliance
- A new report by the National Skills Coalition helps make the case for changing policy and building partnerships to serve English learners. The report explores racial and ethnic disparities in attainment and access; systemic barriers to equitable workforce training and quality employment, and why advancing equity is a moral imperative. To learn more, read NSC’s new publication, “The Roadmap for Racial Equity: An imperative for workforce development advocates.”
- ProMatch Case Study
- Career Pathways for Adult Learners
- Immigrant Integration Framework