Across the nation, English language learners (ELLs) must keep pace with their native English-speaking peers in all core academic subjects while, at the same time, learning English. This challenging learning curve keeps many ELLs from achieving at their highest potential and can negatively impact their ability to graduate from high school. But a recently implemented intervention program in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, which is using LongmanCornerstone, an ELL elementary curriculum from the education and technology company Pearson, is rapidly turning the tide for these at-risk students.


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