The Provision of an equal education opportunity to limited English proficient students
U.S. Dept. of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 1998 - Education - 10 pages
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1970 memorandum achieve high academic alternative language program alternative program Basis of National Bilingual Education Civil Rights district ensures district has identified district must take district to provide district's alternative language education needs education programs offered Educational approaches effective participation English language proficiency English language skills equal education opportunity federal financial assistance federally assisted programs high academic standards identified students inability to speak instructional program lack of English language service program language-minority students limited English language limited proficiency LIMITED-ENGLISH PROFICIENT meet the education National Origin Minority national-origin minority students number of students OCR examines OCR issued OCR policy Office for Civil participate effectively proficiency in English proficiency in speaking Proficiency LEP receive federal financial require school districts requirements of Title serve LEP students speak and understand special education special language assistance special language service students who need take affirmative steps TITLE VI COMPLIANCE TITLE VI REQUIREMENTS U.S. Department understand English