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Through the analysis of district/site structural components, stakeholder interviews and classroom observations, program evaluators gather critical information that identifies both the strengths and areas of need for new and/or planned dual language programs.  Leadership teams are guided through a reflective process which helps them to better understanding the many perspectives and voices that need to be honored in the process.

Visits consist of:

  • Providing an external perspective related to the services currently being offered to students within the district’s bilingual programs
  • Interviewing key stakeholders
  • Providing examples of best practices for key decision making related to program structures, resources and communication
  • Observing current bilingual instructional practices
  • Providing recommendations for next steps to build a broader support base and develop implementation timelines

Scheduling a Program Readiness Site Evaluation Visit

Based on the needs of your community, we can tailor our visit to address specific areas of concern or provide extra support, guidance or advocacy.  Site evaluation visits are typically scheduled at least three months in advance.  If you would like more information or want to schedule a visit for your school/district, please contact:

Michael Rodríguez, Director of Operations 
michael@dlenm.org 
505-243-0648, ext. 112.