Language Learning as
Educator Professional Development
Demographic shifts throughout the country have seen communities diversify, increasing the need for teachers to be multilingual. Building language skills helps broaden teacher and administrator worldviews while building empathy for their students.
Closing the Achievement Gap
English language learners tend to perform worse than their English-speaking peers. Being able to communicate with these students can make all the difference. See how educators can close the achievement gap.
Award-Winning Professional Development
Finding time for professional development can be daunting for teachers. Anytime, anywhere access is key for longer-term learning like language acquisition. Read how one district met its goal to improve communication with students' families.
Build Global Competency
Preparing students for a globalized world requires teachers with diverse backgrounds to bring international topics and awareness into the classroom. Watch what happens when teachers explore the education system in Brazil.