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Our work is collective and continuous – with long-term collaborative planning, training, and implementation support.

E.L. Achieve is built on a strong belief in the capacity of public education. As relentless advocates for the educational rights of English learners, we are committed to supporting districts in meeting the needs of their communities.

Our approach is rooted in multiple areas of educational theory, research, and practice, including effective literacy and content instruction, second language pedagogy and the science of implementation.

Our Work In Action

We collaborate with school system leaders, site principals, and classroom teachers in gaining the knowledge, skills, and tools to be solidly prepared for the work of ensuring sustainable English learner academic achievement.

E.L. Achieve works with school systems to ensure English learners receive explicit language instruction through our two related, but distinct programs: Systematic ELD (dedicated ELD) and Constructing Meaning (integrated ELD).

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Designated ELD Curriculum and Integrated ELD Supports


Here’s what our partners have to say about our services:

I really look forward to the in-person Symposium. One of my favorite parts is interacting and working with teachers in other districts to understand how the program is used and what it looks like in other places. I couldn’t get this interaction online and I find it very helpful.

Julie Finney, San Juan Unified School District

The Symposium topics afforded me and my teammates a chance to discuss data, our perceptions of the challenges, and some ideas to take to action. I really appreciate all of the strategies that bring students’ voices into the room and how it creates engagement and community. I look forward to talking with my teammates in schools to share this great thinking!

Stephanie J. Nelson, Aurora Public Schools

Systematic ELD is my roadmap to help me help my students and guide my teachers to make all successful and ready for all possibilities.

Kathy Welsh, Rogers Public Schools

I was and continue to be transformed. Every institute, seminar, training I attend lifts me up even higher. I never want to really retire.

Judy Hobson, Springdale School District

I feel like I say this every year, but this was the best symposium so far. Loved all of my sessions so much! You guys are awesome.

Jessica Marshall, McMinnville School District

Systematic ELD has impacted my practice by providing a framework of pedagogy that supports language development in an authentic way. SysELD takes the mystery out of teaching language.

Jennifer Wos, Aurora Public Schools

My teacher brain went into overdrive with the new methods and tools laid out before me in my Constructing Meaning handbook. Instead of my efforts to piece lessons together in well-intentioned but haphazard ways, here was a roadmap – grounded in research – providing a coordinated and effective approach to instruction.

Donna Doherty, Eureka City Schools

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