Diverse Teaching Strategies for Immigrant Children


Figure 3.3: LEP Students by Language Group



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Figure 3.3: LEP Students by Language Group

The sheer numbers of students who are designated as LEP indicate our need to reach all children. The numbers of students in the following language groups have been identified as limited English proficient.



Language Groups

Number of LEP Students

Percentage of LEP Students

Spanish

3,598,451

79%

Vietnamese

88,906

2%

Hmong

70,768

1.6%

Chinese, Cantonese

46,466

1%

Korean

43,969

0.97%

Haitian Creole

42,236

0.9%

Arabic

41,279

0.9%

Russian

37,157

0.8%

Tagalog

34,133

0.7%

Navajo

27,029

0.6%

Khmer

26,815

0.6%

Chinese, Mandarin

22,374

0.5%

Portuguese

20,787

0.5%

Urdu

18,649

0.4%

Serbo-Croatian

17,163

0.4%

Lao

15,549

0.3%

Japanese

15,453

0.3%

Chuukese

15,194

0.3%

Chinese, unspecified

14,817

0.3%

Chamorro

14,354

0.3%

National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition & Language Instruction Educational Programs, 2002





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