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English Learner Legislation

Correspondence to educators around the state providing guidance regarding recent legislation affecting English learners.
Assembly Bill 699: Educational Equity: Immigration and Citizenship Status
Assembly Bill 2121: Pupil Instruction: Coursework and Graduation Requirements
Assembly Bill 2239: Pupil Instruction: World Language Courses: A-G Course Certification
Assembly Bill 2514: Pathways to Success: Multilingual Education Grant Program
Assembly Bill 2735: English Learner Participation in Standard Instructional Program
Assembly Bill 3022: Retroactive High School Diplomas
Questions:   Nicole Hamlin | nhamlin@cde.ca.gov | 916-319-0443
Last Reviewed: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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