Join the NCSTIIID for its next webinar on April 25th. In addition to our featured speaker, there will be updates and announcements from the NCSTIIID. This webinar will feature Lee Her, a Community Engagement Specialist with the Minnesota Department of Education who works collaboratively with schools, community-based organizations and advocacy groups, state agencies and the […]
The NCSTIIID serves as the voice of ELs, representing SEAs and LEAs across the United States
We are small enough to hear individual voices, yet powerful enough to be heard as a whole.
Education of ELs
The NCSTIIID assists and supports State Education Agencies (SEAs) and Local Education Agencies (LEAs) by providing educational activities and information that help SEAs and LEAs guide ELs to success.Learn More
The NCSTIIID organizes meetings, webinars, emails, and other messages to disseminate information important to SEA and LEA Title III Directors / EL Coordinators.Learn More
The NCSTIIID provides trainings and up-to-date information for SEAs and LEAs through webinars and national conference presentations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of EL educators.Learn More
Advocates for English Learners
English Learners (ELs) are one of the fastest growing student groups. However, according to recent Census Bureau data, approximately 82% of PreK to 5th Grade ELs and 65% of 6th to 12th Grade ELs were born in the US (as reported by Education Week). ELs make up approximately 10% of the total student population in the US yet are one of the poorest performing student groups academically.
The National Council of State Title III Directors is a non-profit organization that is made up of State and District educators and others who are concerned about the educational needs of ELs. Leadership of the NCSTIIID is made up of State Title III Directors. NCSTIIID acts as a resource for SEAs and LEAs, advocating on the national level regarding important issues concerning the education of ELs.
The recent proposed changes to how “Public Charge” will be determined for immigrants applying for visas or green cards has caused some confusion and fear in the immigrant community. This has resulted in some of these families withdrawing or refusing services that are not part of the “Public Charge” determination. These services and programs include […]