Education Law Center’s recently released flyer about the rights of New Jersey English Learner (EL) students and Limited English Proficient (LEP) parents during the COVID-19 pandemic is now available in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, Gujarati, Haitian-French, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Telugu, and Urdu.
See ELC’s recent e-blast about the fact sheet and flyer for more information about both documents, which summarize relevant state and federal laws as well as the latest government guidance:
Parents who are seeking legal assistance related to the rights of EL students and LEP parents or have questions concerning this information should contact Education Law Center at 973-624-1815, ext. 30. The call is entirely confidential, and our advice is free of charge.
This fact sheet and flyer join a series of ELC “Know Your Rights” guides published to provide comprehensive information and tools to aid families and advocates in safeguarding and promoting the education rights of public-school students. Visit the Publications page on the ELC website to access the Advocacy Guide Series.
The fact sheet, flyer, and other publications in ELC’s Advocacy Guide Series can be accessed on ELC’s website, or a printed copy may be obtained by contacting Diane Gayoso at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-624-1815, ext. 10.
Policy and Outreach Director
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Director of Policy, Strategic Partnerships and Communications