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Asian American & Pacific Islanders English Learner Data Disaggregation Grant

Contact Information

Migrant & Bilingual Education

Jolynn Engellant

The Asian American & Pacific Islanders English Learner Data Disaggregation (AAPI-EL D2) grant is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA). The grant works towards three main goals.

Goal 1: Increase AAPI Family Engagement in Schools. Objective: School districts will engage AAPI families in understanding and use of student data to collectively build meaningful and sustainable family-school connections.

Goal 2: Student Engagement- AAPI-EL students will see school as relevant to their career, college and life pathways. Objective: AAPI-EL students will increase attendance and engagement in school through participation in relevant educational experiences that use student's funds of knowledge and life experiences.

Goal 3: Close the achievement Gap in ELA and Math for AAPI-EL students. Objective: AAPI-EL students will show gains in Smarter Balanced results, Increase in graduation rate, decrease in chronic absenteeism rate and decrease the number of disciplinary expulsions.

View the grant award letter.

Advisory Committee

The advisory committee makes recommendations that inform the direction of the work OSPI does around the grant. It is important to the state to have experts help us shape best practices to meet the goals of the grant.