This document is based upon the requirements of the federal, state, and city law, regulations, and policies.
This is a special education field advisory that was released in December, 2014. It details the use of standardized scores with culturally and linguistically diverse children.
Module 6 in this series discusses real world applications in disability evaluations.
Module 5 in this series outlines some morphosyntactic features of American English dialects relating to the use of phrases, clauses and sentences.
Module 4 in this series outlines some morphosyntactic features of American English dialects relating to the use of adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions.
In this first module, Stephanie Downey Toledo defines the achievement gap and its importance in our society.
Stephanie provides strategies that providers and parents alike can use with children from low income backgrounds to support emergent literacy.
In this module, Stephanie Downey Toledo explores considerations for students who are bilingual in regards to reading development.
This module examines the implicit knowledge that proficient/native speakers have about their language through a linguistic task.
Parts of the CELF-5 can be used to probe for information and language samples, but its limitations prevent it from being used to identify disorder or disability.