Collaborative Resources for English Learner Success
This innovative collaborative promotes equitable access to ensure English Learners are provided high quality differentiated instructional practice. As an educational service center in Central Ohio with multiple service options, this English Learner district collaborative approach includes charter/community, public and nonpublic schools and districts with small English Learner student populations. The consortium offers multiple opportunities for networking, including an administrator network, professional learning programs, and coaching. English Learners’ social-emotional needs are considered throughout the offerings. Assistance for district leadership to meet ESSA compliance is provided in a peer-to-peer self-created document repository. Join us to expand your ideas on how to improve English Learner success!
Download Session Materials
- English Learner Administrator Network (ELAN) Information Card.pdf
- Specialized On-site Support Team Information Card.pdf
- Federal Compliance Document Repository Information Card.pdf
- 2020 ESEA Final National Conference Presentation-Collaborative Resources for English Learner Success.2.pdf
A national leader in education reform, Darlene brings over 40 years of education experience working nationally and internationally with schools, boards, authorizers, universities and corporations. Darlene did doctoral work in higher education and organizational development at Oregon State and Bowling Green State Universities. She received her Masters from San Francisco State University and Bachelors at Ball State University.
As the Executive Director of the Center for Student Services at the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (Columbus, Oh), Janet Gillig manages program development for Special Education, English Learner, Americorps, Gifted, Civic/Community Service, and Social Emotional learning. Janet completed her Masters in Educational from Kent State University and has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University. In addition, Janet served as the partnership coordinator for the 2018 National Dropout Prevention Conference. Janet belongs to multiple professional organizations and have received the Kathe Shelby Leadership award from the Ohio Department of Education’s Office for Exceptional Children.
As the ELL Coordinator with the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (Columbus, Oh), Jill Kramer facilitates a regional professional network of school district leadership for English Learner awareness and improved student performance. Jill completed her Masters in TESOL and a Masters in Educational Leadership at Ohio Dominican University, and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from the University of Canterbury. In addition to serving on the board of Ohio TESOL, Jill has presented annually at the Ohio TESOL conference, in addition to six presentations at the national TESOL conference.
As Director of Program Resources with the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio -Columbus, Oh, Regina's educational funding experience includes statewide federal program implementation for school improvement utilizing IASA, NCLB, and ESSA, equitable Nonpublic school service implementation, federal program service for an online school and collaborative federally funded consortiums. Currently, she facilitates a regional district federal coordinator network and resourceful consortiums to build professional capacity across multiple Ohio counties. Regina completed her Masters of Educational Administration with The Ohio State University and BA from Muskingum University. She has served on the planning board for the National Dropout Prevention Conference, facilitated school improvement training, ESSA grant planning, and was an educational consultant with the Ohio Department of Education in the Office of Federal Programs.