Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Practices in Transition Planning

Why CLR Practices Matter

One of Wisconsin’s greatest strengths is the growing population diversity. Unfortunately, racial disparities in education, employment, and health pose challenges to the prosperity of individuals and families, along with the state as a whole. High school completion is an important step toward success for all youth. Providing culturally and linguistically responsive (CLR) classroom and school wide practices is critical to ensuring every child is a graduate college and career ready.

View our Culturally and Linguistically Responsive (CLR) Practices in Transition, for more information.