Rosetta Stone was recently recognized by District Administration magazine as a 2013 Readers’ Choice Top 100 product. The annual honor is given to companies that provide technologically significant solutions which positively impact K-12 classrooms, schools, and districts.
Reader submissions, including those from superintendent and district-level directors from across the U.S., determine the award, and Rosetta Stone was selected from among 1,800 unique nominations. District Administration’s editorial board narrows the field, selected the “best of the best.” This year, the magazine notes a common theme of internet- and mobile-oriented solutions arriving in the classroom.
Rosetta Stone’s K-12 solutions bring the award-winning Rosetta Stone approach to students learning English, Spanish, German, French, Mandarin, Arabic and 25 other languages. Globally, more than 20,000 schools and districts include Rosetta Stone as part of their solution to support English Language Learners, World Language courses, professional development, parental involvement efforts and adult education.
Readers can view the Language Learning for K-12 with Rosetta Stone webinar to learn more about how school districts across the country have implemented successful language learning programs.
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