LYNNWOOD, WA — To meet school’s critical need to provide legally-required “English Learner” parent notices in multiple languages, TransACT announced today the availability of three new compliance collections which align to Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and United States Department of Education (USED) compliance requirements.

David J. Holbrook, Ph.D., Executive Director of Federal Programs for TransACT said, “Every school and district in the U.S. that has English Learners must provide documentation that these programs have been implemented appropriately. And this documentation must include translated parent notices with the required compliance content included, which is often too difficult or costly for districts to afford. The new English Learner compliance collections make this process easy and affordable for all.”

One of three English Learner collections is right for any school district to use. Districts can choose from a Title III only collection, an English Learner (core English Language Development Programs) only collection, or a combined Title III/English Learner collection.

Annual subscriptions for school districts are based on the number of English Learners (ELs) served by the district. Subscriptions begin as low as $950 per year plus $250/language. For more information about the service, contact Monica Munar at 425.977.2103 or


About David J. Holbrook, Ph.D.

Content for the new English Learner collections was written by David J. Holbrook, Ph.D., Executive Director of Federal Programs for TransACT. Dr. Holbrook is a nationally recognized leader in federal programs administration and monitoring, including his work with the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) where he served as Title III Director, Title I Director, Native American Education Consultant, and Federal Programs Division Director. In addition, Dr. Holbrook worked as a consultant with the US Department of Education (USED) Title III.



TransACT is best known in the K-12 market for its translated parent notices, providing legally-required parent notices in 22 languages through its web-based subscription system.   The company is 20 years old and is based just north of Seattle in Lynnwood, WA. For more information, go to


Monica M. Munar
(425) 977-2103 direct



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Alyssa Thornley

About The Author

Alyssa Thornley has spent her career working to support schools and communities in providing opportunity to all students. In positions as a teacher, professional development coordinator, and as a volunteer, she has focused on the community’s role in education, and in designing efficient programs that work for diverse needs. Alyssa leads TransACT’s customer engagement and market strategy efforts, and works to ensure innovative programs, guidance, and thought leadership from across the country’s districts are being shared and spread.