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The Volunteer State Seal of Biliteracy បានចាប់ផ្តើមនៅឆ្នាំ 2018 នៅពេលដែលអ្នកអប់រំ Nashville បាននាំយកកម្មវិធីផ្តល់រង្វាន់ដល់ Tennessee ដើម្បីគាំទ្រ និងអបអរសាទរទ្រព្យសម្បត្តិភាសារបស់អ្នកសិក្សារបស់ពួកគេ។  ចាប់តាំងពីពេលនោះមក កម្មវិធីពានរង្វាន់បានរីកចម្រើននៅទូទាំងរដ្ឋ ហើយសិស្សប្រហែល 1,000 នាក់បានទទួលរង្វាន់ Seal of Biliteracy នៅសាលារៀនជាង 40 ដែលចូលរួម។  យើងជឿជាក់ថាសិស្សានុសិស្ស សមាជិកសហគមន៍ និងអ្នកអប់រំគឺជាអ្នកដឹកនាំដែលមានសមត្ថភាព និងមានប្រសិទ្ធភាពក្នុងការអនុវត្តប្រកបដោយសមធម៌ និងការតស៊ូមតិ ហើយស្វែងរកការពង្រីកឱកាសសម្រាប់ភាពជាអ្នកដឹកនាំប្រកបដោយវិជ្ជាជីវៈ និងការសិក្សាសម្រាប់អ្នកពាក់ព័ន្ធទាំងអស់តាមរយៈការងាររបស់យើង។

Our Core Values

We believe that language matters for all students in Tennessee!

We believe that funding at the school or district level should not be a barrier for students and educators.  All award materials, support, and training are available at no cost for public and public charter schools in Tennessee. Independent and parochial schools are asked to pay a small annual fee to participate in the award program.  

We believe that all languages and communities are worthy of celebration and recognition.  All state and nationally recognized English language and World language assessments are eligible for the Volunteer State Seal of Biliteracy and we collaborate with state and national organizations to provide portfolio options for languages where assessments are not currently available.

We believe that language learning and community building is a lifelong journey. Through fostering discussions around equity, language, and resources across our state, we hope to encourage schools and districts to both recognize and honor the linguistic assets students already possess and to support additional pathways and coursework towards world language proficiency across our state from elementary through post-secondary.

We believe that educators are leaders and experts in their field. Our work is led and directed by active educators who see the need for additional support and opportunities for students across the state to pursue true multilingual fluency and to connect these assets with college and career opportunities after graduation.



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