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Cultural Responsiveness Module 6 Appreciation In Seeing Differences

Module 6

Appreciation In Seeing Difference

Putting It All Together

Where we have been: How we have been conditioned to think Where we are going: Seeing the world through a different lens

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ELL Enrollment Trends Since 2000


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In 10 years. The program popula=on increases 90% Went from 8% to 15% of the total K-12 popula=on It now cons=tutes roughly at 20% of the popula=on in K-5 program

Language Groups have gone from 40 to more than 80


Swahili 1% Vietnamese 5% Others 8% Arabic 5% Bosnian 2% Burmese 1% Creoles 2%

Chin 1% Spanish 58% Dinka 1%

Karen 5% Karenni 3% Lao 2% Nepali 2%

Somali 3%

Rundi 1%

Other Languages in DMPS with the State Codes (40 kids or less in a language group). We also do have a number of languages with no state coding, they are all included in Others.
Acoli Afrikaans Akan Amharic Assamese Bambara Basa Braj Central Khmer Chinese Corsican Creoles French-based Croa3an Czech Ewe Faroese French Ganda German Grebo Gujara3 Hindi Hmong Igbo Kannada Kikuyu Kinyarwanda Kurdish Kwanyama Lao Lingala Mandingo Mende Mongo Mon-Khmer (Other) Newari Nilo-Saharan (Other) Nubian languages Persian Philippine (Other) Pushto Romanian Russian Serbian Shan Somali Soninke Sorbian languages Tagalog Tai (Other) Telugu Thai Tigrinya Twi Urdu Yoruba

ELL Program and Services


There are a total of 41 ELL sites and 3 Intensive Language Centers and 1 Special program (FP):
5 high schools 8 middle schools 28 elementary schools (1 Parochial School; Holy Family ) 3 Intensive Language Centers: Central Campus, Meredith, and Walnut Street 1 Special program at Future Pathways

Engaging Beyond ELL

It is important to see the richness of various cultures in our district by appreciating that everyone brings their own history, experiences, and beliefs and as a result we are all learn from each other and all our lives are enhanced

Purpose of the Training


Increase sta ecacy and student prociency while reducing disproporPonate removals Why is this important? What this is NOT.

Celebrating Diversity

Insert examples from your building One example from Hubbell's Culture Night
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Post CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND SENSITIVITY SELF-ASSESSMENT After all modules have been presented send this link to all staff to re-take the CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND SENSITIVITY SELF-ASSESSMENT Post CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND SENSITIVITY SELF-ASSESSMENT

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