Forbes Insights surveyed senior executives at leading US companies to learn how language abilities impact individual and organizational success. The results indicate that corporate leaders see multilingual employees and language-training programs as critical ingredients to success in the global economy.
Proving the value of language training to business can be challenging so we decided to take the guesswork out of it. We surveyed 56,000 of our business product users to gain key insights into how language training has changed their businesses. This infographic shares the key results to help human resource, learning and development, and business line leaders better understand how language impacts business.
In this informational webinar, we focus on identifying funding streams for K-12 ELL and world language programs. Hear perspectives and insights on funding streams in K-12 education from funding expert David DeSchryver, Senior Vice President of Education Policy at Whiteboard Advisors.
ELLs are a diverse group of about ?ve million students in the U.S. who speak a primary language other than English and are not yet pro?cient in English. To catch and keep up with their native English speaking peers, ELLs need more instructional time and specialized instruction, including specially designed materials and advanced educational tools to accelerate their learning.
Well utilized state-of-the-art technology tools can transform not only learning but academic success itself for ELLs and their families.
To read the complete white paper and learn more about Rosetta Stone, go to k12hub.rosettastone.com.
The new federal law, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), creates new opportunities to secure funding for language programming. Funding is available, but the strategies to secure the money must be carefully measured. Taking a strategic approach to this opportunity is critical.
Download the whitepaper to read more about the funding sources that should play into your strategies.
English Language Learners do not succeed at the same rate as their English-speaking peers. The impact is felt throughout the country: not only does it affect students, their families and their schools, it affects our communities. As the number of ELLs grows rapidly, the challenges increase. Today, a full 9 percent of this country’s population is not English proficient, and 11 percent of our K–12 students are considered English Language Learners.
Learn what districts can do to close this achievement gap in this infographic that paints the big picture.
Bernadette Musetti, Associate Professor of Liberal Studies at Loyola Marymount University has devoted most of her career to learning about and creating more equity and access in education for students whose primary language is other than English. In this white paper, she discusses how we can leverage technology to support ELL students and families for success.
Designing the most comprehensive language program involves proven and cost-effective technology. Rosetta Stone's Language Learning Suite for K-12 has interactive solutions that complement any language curriculum. Take a look at the infographic to discover how the rise of technology enhances instruction and encourages learning.
Technology can be used to improve educational outcomes for
ELLs and to promote school engagement for their families.
Technology tools can help accelerate language development
while minimizing the digital divide and the “learning gap” for
ELLs and their families.
By 2030, nearly one in five members of the workforce will be an immigrant.
How can we ensure that this population, so vital to maintaining a strong competitive US workforce, will gain the English-language skills necessary for job success? Adult ELL programs in high school districts and community colleges offer the most effective learning paths for non-native English speakers seeking to level the playing field.