Best Practices Best Seller
EL makes its signature practices available through the release of a bestselling book, Leaders of Their Own Learning:Transforming Schools Through Student-Engaged Assessment. More than two dozen teachers contributed to the book, which includes case studies and classroom videos of the practices in action.Purchase Book
Transformational Literacy released
Shortly thereafter, EL releases Transformational Literacy , a great companion to EL's grades 3-8 ELA curriculum that deepens understanding about the Common Core instructional shifts, curriculum decisions, and includes videos to support teachers’ learning.Purchase book
U.S. Teachers of the Year
Three EL teachers are honored at the White House and recognized by U.S. President Barack Obama as Teachers of the Year.View Story
Expanding to 150+ Schools
EL Education’s school network comprises more than 150 schools in 33 states, serving 4,000 teachers and 53,000 students. EL Education expands beyond its school network to offer professional development to school districts nationally, focusing on literacy and assessment.
Michelle Obama joins 'College March'
U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama joins an EL high school in Washington, D.C. for its College March to the post office, an annual EL tradition for high school seniors to mail college applications and for younger students, school communities, and families to celebrate their progress.
President Recognizes EL Education
U.S. President Barack Obama recognizes Washington Heights, New York’s EL Education school student Estiven Rodriguez, in his State of the Union Address. He spotlights EL’s “great teachers” and the school’s College March .