Demonstrator 1. Student Access
All students should have equitable access to high quality curriculum and instruction.
a.) The school provides regular opportunities for all students, including English Language Learners (ELL), to learn and develop benchmarked proficiencies in at least one world language and provide multiple opportunities for all students to experience a range of global cultures, issues and connections (e.g., by scheduling time for instruction, providing resources and monitoring).
b.) The school provides regular opportunities for each student to interact (virtually or face to face) with native or near native speakers or cultures and access authentic materials to help them meet benchmarks.
c.) The school promotes language-learning opportunities for all students outside of school and recognizes achievement through credit for proficiency/performance and cultural experiences (e.g., family, community or informal learning opportunities) with thoughtfully designed learning targets.