Most teachers think of reading instruction for the English Language Learner (ELL). But the instruction could also offer some education on mathematics too. These students are eager to learn math skills and apply them in the classroom. Teachers are often amazed by their progress on these math-related tasks when possible.

#### Literacy in math is as important as literacy in reading.

Strong math skills are likely indicators of success at the college level. Teachers are working to close the gap between segments of students in school too. These ELL students need an individualized curriculum to teach them the basics of math. That could put them in line to learn essential math skills that could help them advance.

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