Technical Assistance and MonitoringEvaluation and technical assistance to provide services to English learners.
Provides monitoring and technical assistance to Local Educational Agencies to ensure that English learners acquire full proficiency in English as rapidly and effectively as possible, and that English learners meet state standards for academic achievement.
Data Collection and Analysis
Data collected from California schools to identify trends and educational needs and measure student academic performance.
English Learner Onsite and Online Program Instruments for 2015-16
The English Learner program instrument comprises federal and state requirements and examples of evidence that may be used to demonstrate compliance during the FPM process.
English Learner FPM WebEx Training (coming soon)
WebEx training conducted in Pomona and Sacramento in August 2015.
English Learner FPM Frequently Asked Questions (coming soon)
English Learner Parent Advisory Committees
School and district level committees comprised of parents, staff, and community members specifically designated to advise school officials on English Learner programs and services.
- English Learner Advisory Committee
- English Learner Advisory Committee, in Spanish
- District English Learner Advisory Committee
- District English Learner Advisory Committee, in Spanish
Samples of commonly used English Learner program document templates that may be used by a local educational agency.
A collection of often cross-referenced legal documents, which have defined English learner access rights to educational services. It is supplemented with various federal Web sites related to civil rights and sources to find specific laws.
Migrant Education Program Onsite and Online Instruments for 2015-2016
The Migrant Education program instrument comprises of program-specific federal and state legal requirements and examples of evidence that may be used to demonstrate compliance during the FPM process.
Migrant Education FPM Training
PowerPoint training conducted in Pomona and Sacramento in August 2015. (coming soon)
Migrant Education FPM Frequently Asked Questions. (coming soon)
Parental Notification Translation Requirement
Assembly Bill 680 (Chapter 706, Statutes of 2006) requires the California Department of Education to notify county and district superintendents annually that parental notifications shall be translated into the primary language spoken by 15 percent or more of the school's enrollment. This letter explains the requirement and presents instructions on how school districts may determine the languages spoken and their percentage for each school site.
Title III Limited English Proficient (LEP)/Immigrant Technical Assistance: Required Update of LEAP (Local Educational Agency Plan) and Budget
WebEx provides information on how to annually update, implement and monitor Goal 2 of the approved LEA Plan for LEAs operating Title III Programs.
Technical Assistance and Monitoring Office (TAMO) Staff
|TAMO Main Line||
|Sonia Petrozello, Ed. Admin. I||
|Debbie Busch, EPC||
|Pilo Salas, RA||
|Ron Addington, EPC||
|Sal Arriaga, RA||
|Suzie Dollesin, EPC||
|William Vang, EPC||