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Center on English Learning & Achievement


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Since 1987, the Center on English Learning & Achievement (CELA) has been conducting research dedicated to gaining knowledge to improve students’ English and literacy achievement.

Current studies include a National Study of Writing Instruction, an in-depth examination of writing in all major subject areas.

The Center’s research and development activities, conducted in schools across the United States, have found elements of curriculum, instruction, and assessment that are essential to developing high literacy and how schools can best help students achieve success. Based on these findings, the Center has developed and tested its Partnership for Literacy, a professional and instructional development program designed to increase teacher knowledge and student learning. This program is available to schools and districts on a collaborative grant, fee-for-service, or leasing basis.

CELA also provides research findings and school reform suggestions through print and online resources to teachers, administrators, and parents so that they can put the Center’s findings to work in their classrooms, schools, and communities.

 
 

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