Providing Workforce Services Remotely: Supporting Equitable Access and Benefits Among ELLs

A talk by Neda Anasseri, Amanda Bergson-Shilcock, Blanca Bonilla, Erica Bouris, Efrem Bycer and Amber Shevin
National Skills Coalition, Tulare County Workforce Investment Board, IRC, LinkedIn and International Rescue Committee

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California is home to more than 10 million immigrants and in the COVID-19 era, when many workforce service providers are having to adapt to remote or blended models of service delivery, it is critical that strategies and practices are in place to ensure that English language learners are able to access and benefit from services. This session will identify the specific challenges that ELLs are likely to face in accessing and benefiting from remote and blended service delivery models, highlight emerging best practices in providing both individual and group-based services to these populations, and engage in a conversation about how policymakers and funders can support equity in workforce services in an era of ongoing social distancing.

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