Elizabeth Cranley has been with the WIDA Consortium since it was created in 2003. She coordinates with subcontractors, committees, and SEAs; plans and implements professional development; and writes and edits WIDA publications. She has experience as an ESL teacher both in the U.S. and abroad and was senior lecturer in ESL at SUNY Buffalo before joining WIDA.
Phone: (608) 263-4275
Office: 1263F Ed Sciences
Rural Educators Self-reflecting and Practicing Equity-Centered Teaching (RESPECT) with English Learners
Completed ProjectsObtaining Necessary Parity through Academic Rigor (ONPAR): Research, Development, and Dissemination of a Parallel Mathematics Assessment for English Language Learners
ASSETS: Assessment Services Supporting ELs through Technology Systems
Massachusetts ELD Standards Project
Maryland State Department of Education-Application for Dual Language Learners and Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (KRA) Accessibility Project for R4K