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Running head: EQUAL PROTECTION 1 EQUAL PROTECTION FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Monique Barney March 12, 2018
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2 Equal Protection for English Language Learners There has been much talk of President Trump and his attitudes towards immigrant people. How has it impacted the education of English Language learning students? Throughout this paper I will identify what classifies an English Language Learner, some of the legal issues, and some of the laws that keep English Language Learners protected. Categorizing English Language Learners in California Schools in California classify a student as an English Language Learner by giving a short home survey to find out what language is mainly spoken in the household and by how many people. The purpose of the survey is to determine the primary language spoken at home and if the student’s English should be tested. “In the 2016-17 school year there were roughly 1.32 million English learners in California that attend public schools (California Department of Education.2017, October 20).” In the state of California potential English language learners take the California English Language Development
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  • Spring '17
  • Brian Clark
  • Teaching English as a foreign language, English as a foreign or second language, English-language education

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