At the postsecondary level, many states require ESL teachers to have a graduate degree in ESL instruction, or a master's degree in a related field, such as adult education, English or a foreign.
These ELL students progress through levels and work with FWCS Career Academy, and Adult Continuing Education for additional career and postsecondary success. Student must be 18 years of age or older to qualify to take beginning, intermediate, and/or advanced level classes (level determined by .
Synopsis: ELL students are entitled to equal access to all programs appropriate to their academic needs, such as compensatory, exceptional, adult, vocational or early childhood education, as well as dropout prevention and other support services, without regard to their level of English proficiency.
The 10 ELP Standards for AE are accompa five proficiency levels. The nied by Level 1–5 descriptors that support each standard the more granularspecify targets for ELL performance that should be achieved by the end of each ELP level. standard They capture the cesspro that occurs adult ELLs as acquire English.