Digital foreign language lessons for K-12

  Recorded Books K-12,  in partnership with Transparent Language, Inc.,  introduces today three foreign language-learning systems for K-12 schools:
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Recorded Books K-12, in partnership with Transparent Language, Inc., introduces today three foreign language-learning systems for K-12 schools: Transparent™ Language Premium Edition™, Byki® Online for Education and KidSpeak™.

Transparent Language Premium Edition offers 16 different languages.

Byki Online for Education offers more than 70 different languages, including seven different languages for ESL students.

Transparent Language KidSpeak, in 11 different languages, is geared towards students ages three and up. It combines fun animations with interactive games, puzzles and songs, and offers more than 700 words and expressions per language.

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