Being able to communicate in more than one language not only makes an individual more culturally aware but also makes them more marketable and increases their earning potential. The NEISD World Languages department oversees the curriculum of over 8 languages that are taught throughout the District.
- All students can acquire another language.
- Proficiency is the destination: communication is more important than accuracy.
- Language learning requires risk-taking.
- Instruction should be grounded in authentic, useful, real-life situations.
- Students will acquire the language they find most interesting & beneficial to them.
Contact World Languages
Debbie Callihan-Dingle, ED.D.
ASST DIRECTOR, Learning Support Services