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Title III Support

Heartland AEA ESL onsultants assist districts in meeting state and federal guidelines. Many of the resource materials presented on this page relate to the requirements of Title III, a federal grant program of the No Child Left Behind Act. Title III helps ensure that limited English proficient students are making progress in mastering the English language and meeting the same rigorous standards that all students are expected to meet.

The Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAO) template letter in over 14 languages that districts could personalize, insert their data and send to families.

Students identified as an English language learner (ELL) take the English Language Proficiency Assessment (ELPA21) each spring which assesses their proficiency and growth in reading, writing, speaking and listening in academic English.

The home language survey is the first step in identifying students with a language other than English.

Find a template that district/schools can use to identify services to ELL/ESL students.

The Tennessee English Language Placement Assessment (TELPA) is required by the State of Iowa to determine the need for placement of English language learners (ELLs).

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