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English Language Learners: Your Right to Equal Education

Authored By
Education for Justice

English Language Learners (ELL), also called English as a Second Language (ESL), have the right to equal opportunities at school. This means there are rules about how a school has to help these students be successful in the classroom.

Developed in collaboration with the Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services Education Law Project.