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NY STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS ENROLLMENT (2020 - 21)

K-12 ELL Enrollment: 240,035
K-12 Former ELL Enrollment: 81,655

ELL ENROLLMENT BY GENDER

MALE

133,096

55%

FEMALE

106,939

45%

ELL ENROLLMENT BY ETHNICITY

AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKA NATIVE

984

0%

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

12,889

5%

HISPANIC OR LATINO

156,597

65%

ASIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN/OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER

46,454

19%

WHITE

22,393

9%

MULTIRACIAL

718

0%

OTHER GROUPS

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

56,963

24%

ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED

206,534

86%

ELL ENROLLMENT BY GRADE

PRE-K (HALF DAY)

15

0%

PRE-K (FULL DAY)

119

0%

K (HALF DAY)

87

0%

K (FULL DAY)

20,193

8%

1ST GRADE

25,202

10%

2ND GRADE

22,856

10%

3RD GRADE

22,790

9%

4TH GRADE

20,099

8%

5TH GRADE

18,174

8%

6TH GRADE

17,390

7%

UNGRADED ELEMENTARY

2,628

1%

7TH GRADE

15,486

6%

8TH GRADE

13,355

6%

9TH GRADE

15,743

7%

10TH GRADE

17,052

7%

11TH GRADE

14,017

6%

12TH GRADE

10,894

5%

UNGRADED SECONDARY

4,069

2%

Data used to generate the Home Languages, English Language Learners Breakdown, and the English Language Learners Programs tables differs from the rest of the report. Students included in the Home Languages, English Language Learners Breakdown, and the English Language Learners Programs were those students who were identified as ELL during the school year. The rest of the report includes students who were ELL as of BEDS day.

HOME LANGUAGES

  1. Spanish
  2. Chinese
  3. Arabic
  4. Bengali
  5. English

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS BREAKDOWN

NEWCOMERS

137,548

DEVELOPING

84,919

LONG TERM

47,357

SIFE

7,726

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS PROGRAMS

ENGLISH AS A NEW LANGUAGE

206,059

ONE WAY/ TWO WAY DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM

17,968

TRANSITIONAL BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM

33,867

Enrollment Suppression

When the Total Students count equals the count in the English Language Learner Students, Students with Disabilities, and/or Economically Disadvantaged Students category, the data are suppressed.

When the count of students in either the English Language Learner Students, Students with Disabilities, and/or Economically Disadvantaged Students category is less than 5, the data are suppressed.

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