Gifted and Talented Education
Reading/English Language Arts
The fundamental purpose of world language instruction is to enable students to communicate in a new language in a culturally appropriate way. The linguistic and cultural insights that come from world language study are essential for citizens in the global community and marketplace.
Susan C. SpinnatoProject Manager, Office of Teaching and LearningOffice: (410) firstname.lastname@example.org
The World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages
COMAR Regulation 13A.04.11, Programs in World Languages