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Spoiler: It’s not the most in the country. Arizona’s ELL demographic is a sizable one, but it’s certainly not the largest in the country. In fact, Arizona falls under the national average of 9.2 percent. Seven states, including California, Nevada, New Mexico and Colorado, have more than 10 percent

Oct 08, 2015

Spoiler: It’s not the most in the country.


Arizona’s ELL demographic is a sizable one, but it’s certainly not the largest in the country. In fact, Arizona falls under the national average of 9.2 percent. Seven states, including California, Nevada, New Mexico and Colorado, have more than 10 percent or more ELL students.

Based on the 2013-2014 school year, 85,000 Arizona students were classified as ELL. So how do ELL students span the Arizona education system?

  •  Kindergarten to fifth grade: 79 percent

  • Sixth to eighth grade: 13 percent

  •  Ninth to twelfth grade: 8 percent Learn more about working with ELL students in our upcoming education events.


Learn more about working with ELL students in our upcoming education events.

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