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October 2022 Legislative Update

  • Signed Into Law! AB 1868 (Rivas) – Improved Data Transparency for Long-Term English Learners: On September 30th, Governor Newsom signed AB 1868 (Rivas), supporting improved data transparency for the state and LEAs to best meet the needs of long-term English learners (LTELs) and students at risk of becoming LTELs. 
  • The State Adopts Teaching Performance Expectations and Program Standards for a new PK-3 Early Childhood Education Specialist Credential: At its October 13 meeting, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) adopted teacher performance expectations and program standards for a new PK-3 ECE Specialist Credential. 
  • Tool Released to Support Review of Math Materials to Best Meet Needs of ELs: Earlier this month, the English Learner Success Forum (ELSF), EdReports, EdSolutions, and Pivot Learning released a Multilingual Learner (MLL) Review Criteria and and MLL Review Evidence Guide that can support the review of Math instructional materials to ensure that they best meet the needs of ELs.

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