How To Serve ELLs Bibliography
Bibliography of Resources to Better Serve ELLs
TOOLKITS FOR NAVIGATORS
Burns, Melanie, et al. “Implementation Study of 2011 Adult Career Pathways.” Minnesota FastTRAC Adult Career Pathways, October 2013.
Estrada, Ricardo and DuBois, Tom. “How to Build Bridge Programs that Fit into a Career Pathway: A Step-by-Step Guide Based on the Carreras en Salud Program in Chicago.” Instituto Del Progreso Latino.
Goodman, Sandy. “College and Career Navigator Trainer Manual.” National College Transition Network, April 2014.
Rodriguez, Kendra S. “College Connection Intensive Transition Program Navigator Manual.” Colorado Sun Initiative.
“Career Pathways Toolkit: A Guide for System Development.” U.S. Department of Labor.
“Bridges to Careers for Low-Skilled Adults: A Program Development Guide.” Women Employed Institute, 2005.
“Guide and Tools for Navigators.” Skill Up Washington, 2015.
“The ABC’S of College Navigation Guide.” Seattle Jobs Initiative, January 2012.
“A Resource Guide for College/ Career Navigators or Those Interested in Starting a Navigator Program.” The Aspen Institute, November 1, 2014.
“Adult Career Pathway Module Storyboards.” Minnesota FastTRAC.
“Model Implementation Assessment Tool.” Jobs for the Future, 2012.
ASSESSMENT & INTAKE TOOLS
Endres, Jerry. “Family Assessment Effectiveness of California Resource Centers Using Family Development Matrix Outcomes.” Matrix Outcomes Model, LLC.
“From Crisis to Thriving: A Comprehensive Framework.” WorkforceGPS, June 2017.
Bruns, Eric and Walker, Janet. “Supporting Wraparound Implementation: Chapter 5a.2.” National Wraparound Initiative, 2010.
Gutierrez, Mario, et al. “Humboldt County, California: A Promising Model for Rural Human Services Integration and Transformation.” Rural Policy Research Institute, February 2012.
Walker, Janet. “Supporting Wraparound Implementation: Chapter 5a.1.” National Wraparound Initiative, 2008.
“The Intersection of Rural Poverty and Federal Human Services Programs.” National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services, January 2015.
“Wraparound Basics.” National Wraparound Initiative, 2017.
“Wraparound Programs.” Rural Health Information Hub, July 2017.
“SNAP E&T Training Workbook.” National Skills Coalition, July 2014.
HOW TO SERVE IMMIGRANTS, ENGLISH LEARNERS ETC.
Bergson-Shilcock, Amanda and Witte, James. “Steps to Success: Integrating Immigrant Professionals in the U.S.” World Education Services, 2015.
Hernandez, Jennifer. “Serving English Language Learner (ELL) Populations Using Best Practices and Model Partnerships.” California Workforce Development Board, January 2017.
Unruh, Rachel and Bergson-Shilcock, Amanda. “Missing in Action: Job-Driven Educational Pathways for Unauthorized Youth and Adults.” National Skills Coalition, January 2015.
Wrigley, Heide S, et al. “The Language of Opportunity: Expanding Employment Prospects for Adults with Limited English Skills.” Center for Law and Social Policy, 2003.
“Training and Employment Notice 28-16, Change 2.” Guidance issued by the US Department of Labor on Models and Best Practices to serve ELLs. U.S. Department of Labor, 2017.
“Exploring Reskilling Opportunities for Immigrant Professionals (PowerPoint slides).” WES Global Talent Bridge, June 22, 2017.
“Exploring Reskilling Opportunities for Immigrant Professionals (Video File).” WES Global Talent, 2017.
“Middle-Skill Jobs State by State: California.” National Skills Coalition, 2015.
“Middle-Skills Credentials and Immigrant Workers: California’s Untapped Assets.” National Skills Coalition.
“Technical Assistance for States.” WES Global Talent Bridge.
Hayes, Joseph. “Just the Facts: Immigrants in California.” Public Policy Institute of California, January 2017.
Rodney, Jon. “Resilience in an Age of Inequality: Immigrant Contributions to California.” California Immigrant Policy Center.
Zong, Jie and Batalova, Jeanne. “Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States.” Migration Policy Institute, March 8, 2017.
“Policies by State (2014-2017).” Imprint, 2017.
“Clear My Record: Reduce or dismiss your convictions.” Code for America.
- CA Community Colleges Econ & Workforce Development
- California Labor and Workforce Development Agency
- Employment Development Department
- California Department of Industrial Relations
- California Department of Education
- State Personnel Board
- EDD/Labor Market Information Division
- EDD Policy & Guidance
- California Employment Training Panel
- Workforce Investment Works
- California Department of Rehabilitation
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