The Civil Rights Law of 1964, Title VI, requires that school districts/charter schools identify Limited English Proficient (LEP) students. Pennsylvania has selected the Home Language Survey as the method for the identification. School District*Date* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY School*Students Name* First Last Grade*What was the student’s first language?*Does the student speak a language other than English?*YesNoSpecify language*(Do not include languages learned in school.)What language(s) is/are spoken in your home?*Parent/Guardian Name* First Last Parent/Guardian signature**The school district/charter school has the responsibility under the federal law to serve students who are limited English proficient and need English instructional services. Given this responsibility, the school district/charter school has the right to ask for the information it needs to identify English Language Learners (ELLs). As part of the responsibility to locate and identify ELLs, the school district/charter school may conduct screenings or ask for related information about students who are already enrolled in the district as well as from students who enroll in the school district/charter school in the future.