Innovative Boone County School District of northern Kentucky is offering digital language learning to 10,500 students, half of its student population, using Rosetta Stone’s language learning solutions.
Following the district’s successful pilot in 2013 for 1,700 students at two elementary schools, the program is expanding to 14 elementary schools and five middle schools in the 2016-2017 academic year. Three hundred kindergarten and first grade ELL students and 10,200 WL students in grades 2-8 have access to the digital learning program. The use of Rosetta Stone in the classroom is a new initiative being funded by a county-approved tax levy.
Additional information on Rosetta Stone language learning solutions for educators can be found online at www.rosettastone.com/education.