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For our students to succeed in a global economy, they will need to possess a new set of skills that were not required for the success of prior generations of Americans. Regional expertise, cross-cultural competence, and advanced language proficiency are no longer skills reserved only for those who plan for a career overseas - they are skills that will enhance any career field, encourage international investment to our state, and develop a workforce that is successful in working on diverse international teams to collaborate and solve global problems. Developing international perspective and advanced language proficiency, particularly as this relates to college and career readiness, will ensure our nation's security and will support our statewide and regional economic development goals. Business leaders across Georgia and the Southeast have made it clear that these skills are the fastest route to success in a global job market and that they provide a competitive advantage that moves an applicant's resume to the top of the pile.
Georgia Performance Standards Modern Languages and Latin
Petra Reuter, Dr. Sabine Smith & Michaela Claus-Nix: DSD 1 Training
Seoul National University of Education
The National Institute for International Education,The Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea
List of District World Languages Coordinators and Email Addresses
Enrolling Credit to Native Speaking Students in Lieu of Enrollment
Proficiency in a World Language adds a competitive advantage in all career fields. Employees who possess the ability to communicate effectively with global partners are considered vital to all business currently doing business abroad or who wish to expand internationally. It should be noted that world language proficiency at the advanced level can increase an employee’s salary by 20% or more.
Georgia Southern's Global Education Summit
Submission deadline for the Kreativwettbewerb from ZfA
Program Specialist: World Languages and Workforce Initiatives
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