SEE-TEL Announcements

SEE-TEL Partners with NEE to Produce Two Webinars for Teaching in the Time of COVID-19

On April 29 and 30, SEE-TEL partnered with Network for Educator Effectiveness (NEEAdvantage.com) to host two webinars titled Teaching English Learners and Working with Immigrant Families from Home: Education in the Time of COVID-19. The webinar on Wednesday the 29th was geared toward elementary educators, while the second webinar on Thursday, April 30 was geared toward […]

COVID-19 Resources for ELs and Undocumented Communities

Individuals and organizations, both local and national, are working to provide and promote resources to meet the unique needs of English learners and undocumented communities during the difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a grant initiative emphasizing “equity and civil rights for immigrant and refugee children,” SEE-TEL is also re-broadcasting these resources here on […]

Edwin Nii Bonney, SEE-TEL Research Assistant, Presents to United Nations

SEE-TEL congratulates Edwin Nii Bonney, Graduate Research Assistant, on his selection as a presenter at the United Nations (UN) in New York at 777 United Nations Plaza on May 10, 2019. Edwin’s study of the importance of the Ghanaian languages was presented among language scholars, researchers, and UN staff members. The UN has designated 2019 […]

SEE-TEL in the News

NCELA Highlights SEETEL’s Accomplishments So Far

NPD Grant Highlight: SEE-TEL Leverages Student And Family Strengths To Improve Educator Competence And Confidence June 22, 2020 click to view on the NCELA website Strengthening Equity and Effectiveness for Teachers of English Learners (SEE-TEL) is a five-year, $2.6 million National Professional Development Grant (NPD) from OELA. The main goal of SEE-TEL is to improve […]

SEE-TEL Is National News!!

The Associated Press has picked up the SEE-TEL story the Joplin Globe ran and it has hit some national news outlets, including US News and World Report and The Washington Times!!