Tag: English Language Learners

Project ELL awarded contract as a PCA Vendor

Our new partnership with Purchasing Cooperative of America is an exciting  opportunity for school districts. With access to co-op purchasing, PCA allows district members to save time and expand purchasing capabilities without adding staff and without going through a long RFP...

Project ELL Approved MRPC Vendor

We are excited to officially announce our partnership with Multi Regional Purchasing Cooperative. The MRPC is a collaboration of approximately 130 member schools located in the regions served by Education Service Centers 9, 11, 14 and 15. Project ELL completed...

Project ELL awarded contract as a Choice Partners Vendor

Our new partnership with Choice Partners is an exciting development and opportunity for school districts. With access to co-op purchasing, Choice Partners allows district members to save time and expand purchasing capabilities without adding staff. Project ELL partners with organizations...

Announcing New Project ELL Team Members

We are excited to announce the newest team members at Project ELL, Amber Thompson-Adams and Jayson Hammett. They each come with an extensive background in Bilingual/ESL Education and Technology. Amber received her Ph.D. from Texas State University in Adult, Professional...

PELLPower at NABE in Dallas 2017

Project ELL is excited to announce our sponsorship of the annual National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE) Conference in Dallas February 22nd-25th, 2017. Since it's hosted in our hometown this year, we have a few fun activities planned throughout the conference...

Texas Region 20 Language Conference

Region 20 Education Service Center hosted their annual Language Conference "Widening Opportunities Recognizing Language Diversity" November 2nd-4th in San Antonio and Project ELL was invited back to exhibit at this wonderful event! We enjoyed seeing new faces and catching up with users of...

Language Magazine Feature: Use Data Effectively to Drive Instruction

Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires states and districts to provide all students, including English learners (ELs), equal access to equal educational opportunities. In order to fulfill the law’s requirements beginning 2017-2018 school year, educators need the tools and accurate data-collection systems...