By Aldea Team
Students whose language origin is other than English have educational needs that are somewhat different from those of native
English-speaking students. The goal of the ESOLProgram is to ensure that allstudents entering Broward County Public
Schools with varying levels of limited English proficiency, receive comparable and comprehensible instruction. This instruction
helps these students to develop communicative and academic skills necessary for meeting national, state, and district educational standards. All schools with students classified as English Language Learners (ELL) must provide an appropriate ESOL program to meet the specific students’ needs in language learning, academic achievement, and in cultural integration.
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Students in the ESOL program are required to meet the same curriculum standards as any otherstudent in English/Language Arts and content area instruction. The content of the curriculum is established by the Sunshine State Standards.
ESOL strategies, supplementary materials, and native language assistance are used to ensure that comprehensible instruction is being provided to every ELLstudent.
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