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English Language Learners, Families and Schools

Discusses English Language Learners, home language use, sociocultural influences, and parental and community involvement.
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English Language Learners Families and Schools It is estimated that at least million U S students in grades Kthrough are English Language Learners ELLs representing about percent of the entire student population and expecting to grow to percent by the year Ferlazzo Information on the educationallevels of ELL students' parents vary although it appears that at least one-third of the heads of households lack a high school education and thenumber may be as large as percent while the U S census reportedthat

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