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Future Language Educators Earn College Scholarship

Future Language Educators Earn College Scholarship

September 10, 2019

It’s time for congratulations! Hailing from 10 states, meet the first class of our Teacher Scholarship Program. These future Spanish, French, German, and Russian or Arabic teachers will be headed to campus this autumn. 

The Power of Film in Language Education

The Power of Film in Language Education

March 11, 2019

International films & shows are a great way to bring language and cultural immersion right into your home or classroom! Discover recent Oscar-winner “Roma” and learn how streaming services are changing how we experience stories from around the world.

Sign Up & Support: Foreign Language Enrollment Drive

Sign Up & Support: Foreign Language Enrollment Drive

February 6, 2019

Discover the benefits of learning another language, then join our Foreign Language Enrollment Drive campaign on social media to share with your network that you’ve enrolled in a language class!

Announcing Lead with Languages Advocacy Month 2019

Announcing Lead with Languages Advocacy Month 2019

February 1, 2019

It’s that time again! Help us to celebrate language learning across the country by downloading our 2019 Social Media Kit and checking back in for all of our Advocacy Month activities.  

February 2018 is Lead with Languages Advocacy Month: Check Out the Kit!

January 31, 2018

We’re celebrating the successes of language advocates from around the country. Download our Social Media Kit to make your voice heard and join in on the fun!

With New Language Skills, New Perspectives on the World

November 6, 2017

Hear from Lauren Collins, a correspondent for The New Yorker, on why her perspective on language learning shifted and how she now views it as a “quiet revolutionary act.”

Report Shows Demand for Bilingual Workers in U.S. More than Doubled

September 20, 2017

In “Not Lost in Translation: The Growing Importance of Foreign Language Skills in the U.S. Job Market,” New American Economy shares figures from their study of online job listings for bilingual workers: See the main findings here!

Less Commonly Taught Languages Should Be Anything But 

Less Commonly Taught Languages Should Be Anything But 

April 17, 2017

In this op-ed, Dr. Lisa Frumkes, Senior Director of Content Development at Rosetta Stone, explains the importance of better student proficiency in Less Commonly Taught Languages (LCTL) to the U.S. economy, defense and security, and other key areas.

When a Neighborhood School Didn’t Have a Dual-Language Immersion Program, They Started One

April 12, 2017

Co-founder of the DC Language Immersion Project, Jimell Sanders recounts how she and fellow advocates identified a neighborhood need, built a support network, and made an enormous difference for local families. Read her Education Post blog here!

The Top 40 Global Japanese Brands in 2017

April 6, 2017

Curious about how to leverage Japanese language skills? Get inspired. Check out Japan’s top 40 brands.