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Vision Statement

The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Academic English Mastery Program is a comprehensive, research-based program designed to address the language and literacy needs of African American, Mexican American, Hawaiian American, and American Indian students for whom Standard English is not native. The program incorporates into the curriculum instructional strategies that facilitate the acquisition of standard and academic English in classroom environments that validate, value, and build upon the language and culture of the students.

Mission Statement

The mission of the program is to assure that students, whose primary language does not match the language of instruction, will have equal access to California State standards-based content curriculum and post secondary career opportunities.

AEMP Announcements

UCLA Campus Tour 
Theme: "Pathways to College and Career Readiness for ALL!"
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Time: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
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Teacher Fellowships 
Black History Month Written Word/Multimedia Contest Winners
The Academic English Mastery Program is proud to announce the winners of the Black History Month contest. We would like to thank our sponsors, principals, teachers, and parents for their support and contributions. The winners were acknowledged at the 42nd Annual Black Child Conference on Saturday, March 18, 2017.
K-1st Grade: Anthony Cardenas-Rojas
Second Street Elementary School
Scholarship Sponsor: Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) 
2nd-3rd Grade: Nandi Harris
74th Street Elementary School
Scholarship Sponsor: Council of Mexican American Administrators (CMAA)
4th-5th Grade: Lauren Lewis
Windsor Hills Elementary School 
Scholarship Sponsor: Alliance of Asian/Pacific Administrators (AAPA) 
6th-8th Grade: Truby Hoke
Peary Middle School
Scholarship Sponsor: Scholastic
9th-12th Grade: Christina Williams
Crenshaw High School
Scholastic Sponsor: Books 'en More 
New MELD pacing plans and curriculum were distributed to all participants at this year's CLR Summer Institute. The MELD pacing plans and curriculum have been posted on the AEMP website under the CLR Resources tab. Users can find everything they need by searching for the particular grade level that applies to them.
Black History Month Lessons
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NEW! Fellowship Opportunity
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NEW! Contrastive Analysis Lessons
 ELLP CLR Teacher Fellowship - Spring 2017
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