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Academics: The Dominance of English Is Stifling World Scholarship

Recently, the BBC published an article that outlined what many foreign researchers view as a threat to scholarship: the dominance of the English language on the world’s stage. While obviously…

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On-Demand Webinar: Mixing Up EdTech + Traditional Instruction

It can be difficult to integrate technology with in-person instruction, even though there are a lot of benefits for doing so. How do you get the most out of online…

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[White Paper] Driving Global Readiness: A Road Map

Global readiness—the abilities with which an employee can relate and communicate with colleagues and customers from another culture—will be a key component in their value in the 21st century interconnected…

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Driving Blended Learning Success in Rural School Districts

The Guthrie Common School District in Texas serves the third-smallest county in the United States. The district’s 100 students does not warrant a full-time world languages teacher, yet the state…

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Texting Is Much More Than Meets the Touchscreen

We recently published a blog post entitled “Employee Training in 2016”, where we highlighted some major trends currently taking form in organizational learning. Two of those, international training and language…

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Celebrating Charter Education in California at #CCSACon

Charter schools play an important role in the American education system, particularly in California. That’s why Rosetta Stone is happy to celebrate the success of the movement at the 2016…

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