It is important that all schools complete the Seal of Biliteracy Designee form so that MMED knows who to contact with regards to information for the Seal of Biliteracy. Please be sure to complete the form by click on the link below.
High School Seal of Biliteracy Designee Form: link
High School Seal of Biliteracy Informational Session Slide Deck: link
High School Seal of Biliteracy Policy: link
High School Seal of Biliteracy Job Aide for MISIS: link
World Languages Cultures & Policies
In today’s interconnected world and global economics, students who deeply understand different cultures and who are proficient in more than one language are better poised for future successes.
Scientists who study the brain say that learning multiple languages at a young age provides multiple benefits such as: stronger cognitive abilities, deeper academic understanding, multicultural awareness and heritage connections.
The LA Unified School District has a diverse student body which represents more than 92 different languages spoken in LA Unified schools. The Global California initiative envisions that by 2030 half of California’s K-12 students will be enrolled in programs that will develop proficiency in two or more languages.