This National High School Center research brief examines the course-taking patterns of ELLs by using the transcript data from 54 high schools in California. Alarming findings from the brief state that approximately 8% of ELLs in the study sample who finished high school had taken the necessary set of required courses to be minimally eligible to attend the California State University system.
High School Course-Taking Patterns for English Language Learners: A Case Study from California
CCRS Center Publication
National High School Center