Families have been involved in their ELL students' education now more than ever. Families are truly now ALL IN. How can we make this dynamic engagement we are seeking to be easier and more seamless for our families? It’s no secret that students whose families reinforce and extend learning at home are more successful in school; moreover, when there exists a mutually supportive network of educators, families, and students, a climate is created to promote learning and success. In this article, the authors have highlighted the significance of family and community engagement in the academic achievement of students.
Knight, S. K., Vasquez, T., & Gilpatrick, M. (2021). Strategies for Equitable ELL Family and Community Engagement. Journal of English Learner Education. (13)1.
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