Lau Resource Center for English Learners

Ohio’s strategic plan for education, Each Child, Our Future, considers students who are English learners from a whole child perspective. Ohio’s Whole Child framework recognizes the linguistic, intellectual and social development necessary for students to fully engage in learning and school.

Equity and access to learning

To support students and families who are English learners, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 specifies schools’ obligations to ensure access and engagement in high-quality academic learning activities that include early learning, K-12 and career-technical education programs.

Lau plan for english learners  

Schools and districts are eligible to receive  Title III subgrants to supplement and improve the English language proficiency and academic achievement of English learners.

Family Engagement and Community Partnerships

Family and community engagement is critical for student academic success and well-being. School districts with effective family engagement practices take proactive steps to develop trust and communication with parents of students who are English learners.

PROFESSIONAL lEARNING

Online, hybrid, and face to face professional learning organizations and activities related to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

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