178. Is there state funding available for schools who have ESL students but can't afford to hire someone.

ALL school districts receive additional funding depending on the number of non- and limited-English-speaking students they have. Dr. Andre L. Guerrero is the person within the Arkansas Department of Education who can best tell you exactly how much money, and for what purposes, and how you can help your district utilize that money to best serve your English Learners --as non- and limited-English-proficient students are usually called.   Recently I had the extraordinary opportunity to help one very eager and competent Migrant Education teacher secure an English-As-A-Second Language instructional aide position from her district's Board of Education. Dr. Andre L. Guerrero is very much aware of the wonderful efforts this dedicated teacher devoted to achieving her goal of serving her students. Dr. Guerrero probably can help you, too, provide the needed --and required-- instructional program for your students. I am sure he will contact you ASAP. THANKS for your total commitment to helping ALL your students.

 

 

 


For more in-depth information, classroom demonstrations, and "coaching" of new and/or experienced teachers, Dr. CARMEN SANCHEZ SADEK offers:

1. Cognitive - Academic Language and Vocabulary Development
2. Cross Cultural Diversity - Multicultural Strategies
3. Effective Instruction for English Learners (L.E.P. students) Parts 1, 2, 3, 4
4. Promoting Academic Success in Language Minority Students
5. Cognitive - Academic Language and Vocabulary Development
6. Oral Language / Literacy Skills / Higher Order Thinking Skills
7. 50/50 Dual Language Programs: design, planning and implementation
8. The Structure of English / The Structure of Spanish
9. Transition: Introduction to English Reading

Web Site Programs for Teachers: Numbers 1, 5, 7, 8, and 9.
Web Site Programs for
Paraprofessionals: Number 3.
Web Site Programs for
New Teachers:
Enhanced Cultural Sensitivity - The Challenge of Students Diversity
Identifying / Responding to Students' Language Needs
Phonemic Awareness: Teaching English phonics to L.E.P. students
Relationship Between Reading, Writing and Spelling
Improving Reading Performance -- Building Oral Language Skills)

Write and e-mail any additional questions you may have, and Dr. CARMEN SANCHEZ SADEK will establish with you, your school or district a Technical Assistance Service Contract. Dr. CARMEN SANCHEZ SADEK will answer all your questions promptly and to your satisfaction.

 

For information and credentials please click on the link below or contact directly:

CARMEN SANCHEZ SADEK, Ph.D.

Educational Consultant, Program Evaluator

National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Certification (12/2006)

3113 Malcolm Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90034-3406

Phone and Fax: (310) 474-5605

E-mail:  csssadek@gte.net