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Wednesday, March 20 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Implementing Global California 2030 through Multiple Pathways to Biliteracy

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Global California 2030 is a call to action to prepare students for twenty-first century careers and college, recognizing that multilingualism is an essential skill. Coupled with the overwhelming support for Proposition 58, the new state English Learner Roadmap and research documenting the benefits of biliteracy, districts and parents can collaborate on enhancing and expanding multiple pathways to biliteracy. Multilingual program options for all grade levels and all students will be presented. Resources for local planning will be shared.

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Martha Hernández

Executive Director, Californians Together
Martha Hernández is the  Executive Director for Californians Together, a coalition of 25 statewide professional, parent and civil rights organizations focused on improving schooling for English learners by promoting equitable educational policy.  She has 42 years of public school... Read More →
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Shelly Spiegel-Coleman

Executive Director, Californians Together
EL Roadmap, Research publications, Multiple Pathways to Biliteracy, Long Term English Learners, The State Seal of Biiteracy, Accountability and ELs, Bilingual Teacher Shortabe

Wednesday March 20, 2019 2:45pm - 4:00pm PDT
Hyatt Regency Long Beach - Regency B