Celebrating Charter Education in California at #CCSACon

March 8, 2016 Rosetta Stone Enterprise and Education

California, charter schools, K-12, charter school conference, #ccsaconCharter schools play an important role in the American education system, particularly in California. That’s why Rosetta Stone is happy to celebrate the success of the movement at the 2016 California Charter Schools Conference.

The conference runs from March 14-17 at the Long Beach Convention Center. You can find us at Booth #1533 in the Exhibit Hall.

The theme of this year’s conference is March to One Million, signifying CCSA’s goal of having one million students in California’s charter schools by 2022. The program’s keynote speakers are Dr. Peter Diamandis, founder of the X Prize, and TV personality Soledad O’Brien.

Rosetta Stone’s online language learning solutions are uniquely suited to the needs of charter schools, many of which would not be able to provide a well-rounded world language and ELL program otherwise. All students, with all ranges of skills, can be provided the development practice they need.

For a preview of the possibilities with Rosetta Stone, check out our K-12 Education Solutions page.

The Rosetta Stone Language Learning Suite:

  • Adapts to the individual student, making sure the learning is as efficient as possible
  • Features a learning experience that provides much more than rote memorization
  • Improves cultural competency, a key factor in employment
  • Provides students with more speaking practice than they would receive in a class that relies only on in-person instruction

At Booth #1533, there will also be prizes, particularly during Tuesday evening’s Exhibit Hall Happy Hour Crawl. You are sure to come away from the booth full of ideas on how to improve your organization’s own language learning program.

Join us on our social networks

The best way to keep track of all the exciting events that Rosetta Stone is involved with at #CCSACon is to follow us on Facebook and on Twitter.

Charter school educators make a significant impact on education that goes much further than just their individual students. Rosetta Stone is happy to partner with them to advance their goals and those of their students.

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