No, but netTrekker directs the user to resources in netTrekker's English Learners Channel, designed specifically for English language learners and the teachers who work with them, which offers content directly related to students for whom English is not a first language. ELL Skill Development directs you to sites on reading and writing skills, listening skills, speaking skills, critical thinking, and fluency. For educators, netTrekker provides access to a broad collection of resources on ELL teaching methodologies (bilingual education, English immersion, scaffolding, etc.), assessment, research, and proficiency standards. An ELL Parent Support section is also included. The Multicultural Pavilion provides geographic and cultural information on continents, countries, and regions including resources on ethnic identity, acculturation, cultural sensitivities, diversity, cultural heritage, and social justice issues.