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This manual is intended to describe the processes and procedures used to develop, implement, and sustain Project LEE’s model and to permit current and future practitioners to replicate, implement, and tailor the model within their systems. The guidance provided herein is applicable to a wide range of stakeholders including state, district, and school leaders, educators, and parents interested in creating a culturally and linguistically responsive (CLR) MTSS process. Such a framework is increasingly critical in improving the literacy success of the growing population of ELs.
MTSS for ELs: Literacy Rubric
This rubric is intended to be used by individuals or teams who are responsible for monitoring school-level fidelity of a multitiered system of supports (MTSS) for English learners, including MTSS, bilingual, literacy, and English language development specialists or coaches; school principals; and teacher leaders.
Meeting the Needs of English Learners with & without Disabilities
This series of practice briefs supports practitioners, educational coaches, educational leaders, and policymakers in the following:
Design and delivery of core and supplemental instruction for ELs with and without disabilities
Data analysis and instructional decision-making
Setting of criteria for supplemental instruction
Appropriate identification of ELs at risk for or with disabilities
Design and delivery of intensive interventions
Brief 1: Multitiered Instructional Systems for ELs
Brief 2: Evidence-Based Tier 2 Intervention Practices for English Learners
Brief 3: English Learners with Significant Learning Difficulties or Disabilities: Recommendations for Practice
Brief 4: Fostering Collaborative Partnerships with Families of English Learners within a Multitiered System of Support
Brief 5: Promoting Leadership and Collaboration for an Effective Multitiered System of Supports for English Learners