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ATESL gratefully acknowledges the support of Alberta Labour and Immigration in the development and publishing of the 2022 edition of this document.

As well, we acknowledge the support of Alberta Employment and Immigration and Citizenship and Immigration Canada in the development of the 2009 edition, much of which is retained in the first 8 sections of this edition.

Writers

Herly Urbiztondo-Cervera

Sara Gnida

Inclusion Advisors

2SLGBTQ+ Inclusion: Stacy Norrbom

Indigenization: Suzanne Clavelle

Supporting Learners with Diverse Learning Needs: Theresa Wall

EAL Literacy: Theresa Wall

Project Manager

Sara Gnida

We also acknowledge the support of the University of Alberta Library in the publication and hosting of this book as an Open Education Resource.

University of Alberta

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ATESL would like to acknowledge the influence of TESOL Standards for Adult Education ESL Programs (2003) throughout the first eight sections of this document.

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