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Emergent Bilingual students are evaluated frequently throughout the year to monitor student progress.  At the end of the year, when a student demonstrates a level of proficiency through required testing that meets state exit criteria and the district requirements of the program model, the Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) recommends dismissal from the program.  Exited students are monitored academically and socially for two consecutive years.  After two years, they are a Final Exit from LPAC and will only be identified in PEIMS for federal tracking purposes.


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