Rosetta Stone Language Courses Receive University of California A-G Approval

Rosetta Stone Language Courses Receive University of California A-G Approval

Rosetta Stone Inc. today announced that it has received A-G certification from University of California, allowing high school students throughout the state to earn foreign language course credit towards graduation through its virtual world language program. School districts now have the option of leveraging Rosetta Stone Spanish I and II as a for-credit alternative, enabling students to complete the two year language requirement for college admission using Rosetta Stone at school, home or on their personal mobile device.

The courses are built (module/unit/lesson) using Bloom’s Taxonomy and meet the highest national standards, including fulfilling all 15 of the “power standards” identified by the University of California and satisfying at least 27 of the remaining standards from the iNACOL Standards for Quality Online Courses.

Additional information about Rosetta Stone’s education offerings can be found online at www.rosettastone.com/k12.

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