Today’s students require a new skill set to thrive after they graduate: global competency. Language skills are at the core of global competency, yet too few schools offer language instruction. In fact, only a quarter of our elementary schools have language programs. To prepare them to compete in the global marketplace, we need to provide all of our students with world languages and a curriculum that builds global competency skills and cultural awareness. To learn more, view the infographic below. For a deeper dive, access the white paper here.