An Education Trust–West report highlights successful strategies some California districts implemented to improve English learners' performance in math.
The new law that governs language instruction in California is making way for districts to expand bilingual programs.
As districts expand bilingual programs, they're ramping up training so teachers who speak Spanish can teach Common Core and standards for English learners.
Teacher shortage limits districts' ability to expand bilingual offerings.
California has taken important steps to support dual language learners.
More than $75 million has been spent in an effort to get the three ballot measures passed.