Incorporating Technology into the Academic Achievement Strategy for English Language Learners
English language learners represent one of the fastest-growing student audiences within education today. These diverse learners present multiple challenges to educators, yet research has identified a number of successful strategies and resources to address their needs.
Challenges and Opportunities for English Learners in the Common Core State Standards
The most effective approach to teaching students who speak a primary language other than English is to leverage students’ knowledge of their own language to promote high levels of learning and biliteracy. This paper frames this in the context of the Common Core State Standards.
Speaking the Language of the 21st Century: World Language Teachers and their Use of Technology
A collaborative effort between Rosetta Stone Education and Project Tomorrow, this white paper features data from the school districts that participated in the 2012 Speak Up initiative. The Speak Up data represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder input on education, technology, and 21st century skills.
Graduating Globally Competitive Workers
This strategy paper from the Center for Digital Education outlines how language skills provide students a competitive advantage in the workforce.