The World Language program serves to:
- provide coherent and standards-based world language programming through research-based best practices, professional learning, and development of curriculum and assessments
- provide students access to language learning, cultural literacy and global competency critical to college, career and community readiness
- provide student access to a challenging and well-rounded education, inclusive of world language learning for all
World Language is a critical component of the MMSD Strategic Framework. Starting in the 2014-15 school year, middle schools and high schools will select focus areas around well-rounded curriculum which may include world language programming and access.
This focus supports the MMSD goal that every student has access to a challenging and well-rounded education inclusive of access to world language learning. World Language educators are committed to supporting high quality language learning defined by this mission statement.
For more information about world languages, contact Rocio Patterson-Rivera, Bilingual and World Languages Program Developer, at 442-2938.