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CA State Standards and MTSS

​​​​​​​​​​​​ELA/Literacy Standards​

ELD Standards​

Current K-12 state standards for ELA/Literacy & English Language Development.​​​​

English Language Arts/English Language Development Framework of California Public Schools

Overview of the ELA/ELD Framework


The ELA/ELD Framework provides guidance to educators for implementing the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History-Social Science, Science, and Technical Subjects (CCSS for ELA/Literacy) and the California ELD Standards.​

CA Standards Resource Highlights


​This document has been updated with the latest and most popular CCSS implementation resources which are full of helpful information for educators at any level of implementation.​

​​eStandards App/Website

​Quick and easy access to CA State Standards​
Digital Library Professional Learning Series Website
​The Professional Learning Series playlists are designed to connect educators with resources in the Digital Library that directly relate to timely professional learning topics.​
B.E.L.I.E.F. Modules 
The B.E.L.I.E.F. modules support district and site administrators with implementation of both integrated and designated ELD. The modules include currect ELD research; opportunities to deepen understanding of integrated and designated ELD; activities to analyze, reflect upon, and refine programs for English learners; and follow-up activities to use with staff to support implementation. 
California MTSS Framework​
​California's Multi Tiered System of Support (MTSS) is a comprehensive framework that aligns academic, behavioral, and social-emotional learning in a fully integrated system of support for the benefit of all students. MTSS offers the potential to create needed systematic change through intentional design and redesign of services and supports to quickly identify and match to the needs of all students.​

CA Dyslexia Guidelines​

Guidelnes that assist general and special education teachers, administrators, and parents in identifying, assessing, and supporting students with dyslexia.
​​CA Practitioners' Guide for Educating English Learners with Disabilities​
Guide that provides information on identification of ELs, MTSS, interventions, pre-referral and referral, assessment, individualized education program processes, educational programs and instructional strategies, proposing exit from special education services, and reclassification from English learner status.
CA English Learner Roadmap​
​Guide to assist local educational agencies to implement California's 21st century college-and-career-ready standards, curriculum, instruction programs, and assessments. The CA EL Roadmap articulates a common vision and mission for educating English learners and supports LEAs as they implement the CA State Board Policy.

​Long-Term English Learners Resources
The research and policy work on Long Term English Learners (LTELs) by California Together has created urgency for the state and nation to focus on this group of English Learners.

Resources for Emergent Bilinguals and Translanguaing

​The CUNY NYSIEB website provides resources to educators
to better understand translanguaging as a strategy that
teachers could use to help students draw on their linguistic
resources in order to make meaning and engage in
learning, and to develop language practices for academic
use.​
Support for Immigrant and Refugee Students​
Resource developed by Californians Together that provides a multi-pronged approach toward creating a safe learning environment for students of all backgrounds.
​​Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Resources

Culturally Relevant Pedagogy helps students to uphold their cultural identities while developing fluency in at least one other culture. Per Gloria Ladson-Billings, there are three components to this theoretical model: student learning and academic success, cultural competence, and recognizing and being critical of societal inequalities.