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[Webinar] Uncovering Funds for Your Language Program

Rosetta Stone Education invites you to attend an interactive webinar, Follow the Money: Uncovering Funds for Your Language Program, on Wednesday, September 20, from 2 p.m.— 3 p.m., ET. Do you have a language program funding question you’ve often wondered about, but have not yet had the chance to ask? Register now for this free webinar to learn answers to that and many other funding questions. David DeShryver, Senior Vice President of Education Policy, Whiteboard Advisors, will present his perspective and insight on how to find funding for K-12 language-learning programs. Follow the Money: Uncovering Funds for Your Language Program will share information and…

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Rosetta Stone 25th Anniversary Video Contest Winner Is…

We’re delighted to announce the winner of the Rosetta Stone Education 25th Anniversary Video Contest: Jake Scott, from the International High School at Langley Park in Bladensburg, MD. In the contest, educators were invited to submit a 60-second video that answered the question “Why is Language Learning Important to You”. Jake’s video submission highlights how and why “language learning is the key to success”. As the winner, Jake wins 25 Rosetta Stone® licenses (for one year in the language of his choice) for his classroom, as well as free headsets and a web training session. Congratulations from all of us here at Rosetta Stone…

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[OnDemand] Webinar Series Opens with “Ask a Trainer”

Rosetta Stone Education invites you to watch our first K-12 Trainer’s Corner webinar, “Ask a Trainer,” on demand at your convenience. In a recent interactive webinar, training team lead Melanie Rogers answered questions from our K-12 users about the Rosetta Stone® program in their classrooms. Watch the webinar. Like each webinar in our monthly Trainer’s Corner series, “Ask the Trainer” shares information and ideas to help schools and districts make the most of their Rosetta Stone implementation. Upcoming webinars will address administrator and learner challenges, explore various language topics of interest, and answer frequently asked questions. During “Ask the Trainer,”…

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K-12 Summer Video Contest: Enter By August 20

We’re looking for an educator’s opinion! Rosetta Stone Education invites you to participate in our 25th Anniversary Video Contest. For 25 years our language-learning tools have enabled students, teachers, and educators to create new and stronger voices. In part, that led us to this contest. We would like to hear from you. Join in by submitting a 60-second video telling us why language learning is important to you. Is it communication? Connections? Friendships? Culture? People? Why is language learning important to you? Submit your video—be as creative as you want or play it straight—for a chance to win our Anniversary prize for…

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25 Reasons Why Language Skills Matter

Learning a language is powerful. It helps us learn about other people, it helps us communicate, it breaks down barriers. We live in an increasingly interconnected world, where language skills are imperative to succeed in a global economy. As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’ve compiled a list of what the experts and those who are passionate about language have to say. Here are the “25 reasons why language skills matter”. Hear it straight from those whose passion is in the language learning world. “The study of foreign languages teaches and encourages respect for other people: it fosters an understanding…

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[On-demand Webinar] Success Tips for Implementing Online Language Learning

Getting online language learning off to a good start makes all the difference. The most successful implementations start at the top. It’s important to have defined goals at the top-level of the school or district. Are they focused on global awareness and citizenship? Is language competency expected at the middle and high school levels? These goals can help inform classroom goals and expectations creating clear communication across the board. Every school has different limitations in time and technology, but it’s important that there be expectations that promote equity of access among students across the district. In our recent webinar, “Ready,…

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Language Makes International Medical Cooperation Possible

Just as in every other facet of our lives, medicine has become more connected internationally. Healthcare workers of previous generations who may have only collaborated at conferences have given way to doctors, researchers, support staff, and others who provide health services around the world daily. Global health is key to prosperity, security, and culture. It is easier for medical emergencies to spread across borders, meaning that medical personnel often have to communicate with other countries on relatively short notice. This makes language skills vital when addressing these emergencies. Language efforts can take two forms: training healthcare workers in needed languages…

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The Imperative for Spanish in Healthcare

Of the U.S. residents who are finding themselves able to access healthcare for the first time under the Affordable Care Act, a considerable percentage speak Spanish at home–10.2 million Spanish-speaking residents who were previously uninsured are expected to enter the healthcare market in the coming years. Unfortunately, this exposes a weakness in the nation’s healthcare providers: a lack of personnel who can converse effectively in Spanish. According to a recent Los Angeles Times article, there were only 105 Spanish-speaking physicians for every 100,000 Hispanic patients. This creates obstacles across the spectrum of healthcare. There is, of course, an increased chance…

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[Live Stream] Making Language Learning a National Priority

Should school districts commit to a comprehensive K-12 language-learning initiative? Where do postsecondary students fit into the language picture? Are businesses realizing the strategic value of a multilingual workforce? Find out the answers to these questions by live streaming Advocating for Change: Connecting Our Nation Through Language, an education roundtable taking place on May 17 in Arlington, VA. Click to register for live streaming of Advocating for Change: Connecting Our Nation Through Language How can we better equip our students and our workforce with the language skills they need to thrive in a global economy? Demand for language skills grows…

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The Most Powerful Language in the World: English

English adds to global success.  We are unlikely to be surprised when we learn that a company is now doing business globally, or here in the United States for the first time. Technology, markets, and cultures naturally draw people and businesses together. When that happens, using English is still a common way to communicate. Many reasons tip us off to reasons for using English when you power up your first impression around the globe. Even with 500 million fewer native speakers than Mandarin, English takes the #1 spot based on opportunities using English creates, even globally. English ranked the highest…

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