TalkingPoints expands languages offered in family-school partnership platform

Blog_welcome

This year, TalkingPoints added 20 new languages to its family-school partnership platform, which can support more families and schools in building strong partnerships that can lead to improved attendance, course proficiency, and higher test scores for students. That means TalkingPoints now provides access to families and schools across 145 different languages!

 

The new languages are:

  • Bhojpuri, Dogri, Konkani, Maithili, and Meiteilon (Manipuri), Mizo — spoken in India
  • Aymara, Guarani, and Quechua — spoken in South America
  • Bambara, Ewe, Krio, Lingala, Luganda, Oromo, Sepedi, Twi, and Tsonga — spoken in Africa
  • Ilocano — spoken in the Pacific Islands
  • Faroese — spoken in the Faroe Islands

 

We’re honored to be able to support even more families and schools in building relationships steeped in student success!

Are you an administrator?
Request a quote

Are you a teacher?
Sign up for free Download the teacher app Download the teacher app

Would you like more info?
Contact us

Recent posts

New causal research study shows TalkingPoints improves student outcomes

Research shows the family engagement tool increased academic achievement and attendance for students overall and for Black students, Latino students, students with disabilities and English language learners in a large urban school district   San Francisco, CA — Today, TalkingPoints released a new causal research study, Engaging Families Leads to Student Academic Gains and Increased […]

academic gains research blogs

Higher scores, lower absenteeism: Read the research

By Kevin Fosnacht, Ph.D. As our CEO and Founder Heejae Lim recently said in her TED Talk:   “A parent is a child’s first teacher and children spend 80% of their waking hours outside the classroom. Research says that for a student to do well in school, a family’s engagement is more important than a […]

5 Examples of Family Engagement

As a professional in the education industry, you’ve probably heard this phrase before: “The key to successful students is the relationship between teachers and the students and their families.” Maybe not exactly those words, but most educators have heard something along those lines that emphasizes the importance of teacher-family engagement. But what does family engagement […]