Large Districts To Use Stimulus For ELL Support
Education Week, May 18, 2009

At least four large urban school districts plan to spend a significant amount of their federal economic-stimulus money to support or improve programs for English-language learners, a fast-growing group in U.S. schools. The districts—Boston, New York City, St. Paul, Minn., and Seattle—have had varying degrees of success serving such students. (MORE)

Further into the Education Week article, I discovered a group called the ELL Working Group: They have published a 22-page report about how schools can tap into stimulus funds for ELLs.