Our Nation's English Learners

Presents an interactive website that provides a State by State chart of the most common non-English languages spoken by English Learners (ELs), highlighting the more than 400 different languages spoken across the country; a district level map that shows current EL populations; as well as changes in the EL populations over time, and graphics highlighting how likely ELs are to attend schools and districts with high concentrations of other ELs.

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