Introducing the K-12 Section of the Rosetta Stone Blog

For over 20,000 schools across the country and around the world, Rosetta Stone has made cutting-edge language learning a reality. In an educational landscape that is always challenging and constantly changing, we’re happy to help students with our advanced technology and best-in-class resources.

If we learn of a success story that we think will benefit our teacher/partners, we will be sure to share it with you. But the primary goals of this blog are to:

Create a community for educators to share best practices.

Above all, we want our audience to be able to share what’s working in their classrooms. Education is a community and educators have a long tradition of helping each other. Feel free to come here to post your breakthroughs, your “a ha!” moments, and your conquered challenges.

Help teachers help each other.

Teaching is one of the most rewarding – but most challenging – professions you can find. Everyone runs into a roadblock. We want educators to feel free to ask questions, not only of Rosetta Stone staff but also of their fellow teachers. Only through helping each other can we reach our goal of every student experiencing success in language learning.

Help teachers keep up with the latest news.

New ideas are transforming education almost on a daily basis. Some of them could be useful in your classroom. We want this blog to become a go-to site for educators to keep up on the latest topics, not only in language learning but also in education in general, and then be able to discuss those ideas freely with their colleagues.

Language learning and reading go hand-in-hand. Thanks to the addition of Lexia Learning to the Rosetta Stone family, there has never been a more exciting time to join us as we move toward helping every student master the skills they will need to be successful in the 21st century.

k-12 student by blackboard

Thanks for your continued support and stay tuned to this blog for more ways to revolutionize your educational practice.






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