1 out of 10 public school students in the United States right now is learning to speak English, and are taking “English Language Learners” (ELL) classes. NPR Visuals and NPRED showcased  who are “English Language Learners”, how they are being taught, and where they have the most supportive communities. I developed three graphics that showcased more of ELLs.

Graphic: English Language Learners: How Your State Is Doing

Role: Interactive Designer, Data Developer

Code: ELL-Citizen-Status, ELL-Graduation-Rate, ELL-Language-Learning-Screening

Data: Migration Policy Institute

Tools: HTML, CSS/Less, D3.js

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Posted by:eesomonu

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