Orientation video for parents of English Language Learners (ELL) students

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The New York State Education Department (NYSED) sent a memorandum to all school superintendents last week to remind them that all individuals, regardless of citizenship, between the ages of 5 and 21, have the right to free public education in the district they reside in.

The NYSED clarified that no public school shall refuse free admission to any student, including English Language Learners (ELL), on account of race, creed, color or national origin.

ELL students are entitled to all educational services including special education, guidance services, career counseling, athletics and extracurricular activities.

See the complete NYSED memo in our resource guide HERE. Look for the title “Guidance Relating to the Right of Individuals Over Compulsory School Age to Attend High School.”

You can also download it HERE.

English Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in Spanish:

 

Spanish Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in Haitian:

 

Haitian Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in French:

 

French Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video en Russian:

 

Russian Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in Arabic:

 

Arabic Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in Simplified Chinese:

 

Simplified Chinese Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.

Orientation video in Traditional Chinese:

 

Traditional Chinese Parent Orientation Video from NYSED on Vimeo.


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