On February 21, 2015, The Oregonian reported: “Over the past six years, Oregon schools have become dramatically more successful at helping students from other language backgrounds master English within five or six years. … Oregon’s director of English learner programs, Kim Miller, says the state’s improved results stem from closer monitoring and better instruction. A significant amount of that success, Miller says, can be chalked up to Dutro and her firm [E.L. Achieve], which has led massive amounts of training for superintendents, principals and teachers in many Oregon school districts going back as far as 2006.”
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