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Some EL Program requirements are shifting from Title III to Title I.
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ESSA shifts responsibilities for English language proficiency to Title I and requires significantly heavier parent and family engagement - be prepared for the transition.
As some responsibilities for English Learners move from Title III to Title I, we have you covered.
As states define accountability for English Language proficiency and parent or family engagement, we have notices, forms and guidance.
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