San Francisco Unified
School District
Multilingualism for All
Multilingualism for All
Every one of our 55,000 students
will have the opportunity to
graduate with proficiency in at
least two languages.
The Time Is Now
 Board Resolution and Blue Ribbon Task
Force Report
 District Strategic Plan commitment to
equity, access and 21st century learning
 New Lau Action Plan
 CA World Language Standards
SFUSD Board Resolution
on Multilingualism
“Preparing students for our world
of multilingualism and
multiculturalism has become an
integral and indispensable part of
the educational process.”
December 12, 2006
Blue Ribbon Task Force,
Report to the Board
“To prepare all SFUSD students to
graduate with proficiency in English
and at least one other language
through participation in a wellarticulated Pre-K-12 world language
program”
February 28, 2008
Who Are SFUSD Students?
52% Speak another language
40% Asian
23% Latino
27% English Learners
Full Implementation by 2023
 Every child has the option to study a
language and culture
 Every school has a language pathway
 Language pathways are articulated
Pre-K-12 with priority placements for
students to continue study of the same
language
Language Pathways
Immersion
Pathways
LANGUAGES OFFERED
•Dual
•One Way
•Biliteracy
•Newcomer
Primary
Cantonese
17
Filipino
1
Korean
1
Mandarin
2
Spanish
24
Secondary
5
3
World
Language
Pathway
•FLES
•World Language
LANGUAGES OFFERED
Primary
French
Secondary
10
Italian
1
3
Japanese
2
5
Russian
1
1
Mandarin
Spanish
12
2
16
Other languages offered:
German, Hebrew, Korean, and
Latin
36 Chinese Programs
 Immersion
Cantonese – 5
 Biliteracy
Cantonese – 17
 Dual Immersion
Mandarin – 2
 World Language
Mandarin – 12
Seal of Biliteracy
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