Take Them Places
A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, International Education Week (IEW) promotes international education, cultural exchanges, and programs that prepare global citizens. Now more than ever, our students need to graduate bi- or multi-lingual to succeed in the global economy.
Language programs take students all over the world, and learning a new language fosters awareness of culture and diversity. Rosetta Stone Education provides students with the foundation for strong language skills and educators with professional development to further their reach.
Educators around the world have been working with Rosetta Stone to provide students of all ages with the language skills they need to take on the world
Fifth graders in Illinois explore language beyond school hours with this district-wide complement to classroom instruction.
Read more about its program.
Elementary school students from a large school district in Northern Virginia learn to speak Chinese and Spanish. Watch their language skills in action in as they visit China and Costa Rica. View video
Learn how University of Maryland Eastern Shore blends technology with traditional classroom instruction to deliver six foreign languages to credit-seeking students; prepares faculty for overseas projects; and strengthens communication within their community through language programs for police and medical professionals.
When educators broaden their world view, the results are amazing—for them and for their students. Read about their experiences as they develop language skills and explore integrating global competencies into their classrooms.