Connecticut - Content Standards: World Languages

Area: 
World Languages
Policy Type: 
Rule
Year Adopted: 
2005
Summary: 

Connecticut approved the Connecticut World Languages Framework in 2005.

Body: 

World language programs in Connecticut public schools include Spanish, French, Latin, Italian, German, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Arabic and Greek. The effort has been to start programs as early as possible in the elementary grades. World language offerings and sequence length continue to be equity issues for Connecticut public schools.

Adopting Authority: 
State Board of Education
Implementing Authority: 
State Department of Education
Last Verified by NASBE: 
04/19/2016