Lifelong Learning: Language Skills Increase World Readiness
Language skills help students become world ready, yet only 18% of K-12 students study a language for an average of two years. Learn how students who start acquiring 21st-century language skills early in K-12 increase their world readiness.
Next-Gen World Language Learning
While fifty-three percent of Europeans can converse in a language other than their official native tongue, only 18% of Americans can. Increasing students' world language skills and global competency is a 21st-Century necessity.
The Evolution of Language Learning
The demand for language programs is at an all time high yet K-12 world language programs continue to disappear. In the last decade the number of elementary schools offering foreign language programs has dropped from 32 to 15 percent. Technology has evolved language learning, making it more feasible for schools to offer their students much-needed skills.
Implementing Online Language-Learning Programs
The way we teach and how we think about learning is rapidly changing. Brick and mortar schools. chalkboards, desks, and textbooks are being left behind as education takes a leap into the 21st Century.
Closing the Achievement Gap for English Language Learner Students
Over half (57%) of ELL students are born in the United States, but they don't achieve at the same rate as their English-proficient peers. This infographic provides an overview of ways to help close that achievement gap.
Preparing Students for the Global Age
We live in an increasingly global world fueled by rapidly expanding transnational markets and economic independence. As a result, young Americans face a far more complex job marketplace than any past generation.