A Report on the State of World Languages Implementation in New Jersey

A Report on the State of World Languages Implementation in New Jersey
NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
A Report on the State of
World Languages
Implementation
in New Jersey
FALL 2005
A Report on the State of
World Languages Implementation
in New Jersey
William L. Librera, Ed.D.
Commissioner of Education
Richard Ten Eyck
Assistant Commissioner
Educational Programs and Assessment
Jay Doolan, Ed.D.
Director
Academic and Professional Standards
Linda Morse
Manager
Academic and Professional Standards
Janis Jensen
Coordinator of World Languages and International Education
Academic and Professional Standards
July 2005
PTM# 1505.17
New Jersey State
Board of Education
Arnold G. Hyndman, President ...........................................................Warren
Debra Casha, Vice President ................................................................Morris
Arcello Aponte ...................................................................................Middlesex
Margaret F. Bartlett ...........................................................................Ocean
Ronald K. Butcher ..............................................................................Gloucester
Maud Dahme .....................................................................................Hunterdon
Kathleen A. Dietz ...............................................................................Somerset
Josephine E. Figueras ........................................................................Union
John A. Griffith ..................................................................................Essex
Rev. Frederick H. LaGarde, Jr. ............................................................Passaic
Ernest Le Pore ....................................................................................Hudson
Thelma Napoleon-Smith ...................................................................Mercer
Edward M. Taylor ...............................................................................Camden
William L. Librera, Ed. D.
Commissioner
Secretary, State Board of Education
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Background . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
For World Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
A Standards-Based Curriculum: What Does It Provide? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
The Components of a Quality K-12 World Languages Program . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PART I:
K-12 World Languages Offerings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Table 1:
K-12 World Languages Offerings (2003-04) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Table 2:
Languages Studied by Public School Students in the U.S. . . . . . 5
PART II: K-12 Staffing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Table 3:
Percent of New Jersey World Languages Classes Taught by
Highly Qualified* Teachers by School Organization . . . . . . . . . . . 6
PART III: Elementary World Languages Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
New Jersey’s Core Beliefs for Elementary World Languages Education . . . . 7
K-8 Staffing Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Table 4:
Relative Use of Staffing Models by K-8 Grade Band . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Table 5:
K-8 World Languages Offerings and Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Program Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Instructional Time in K-8 World Languages Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Table 6:
World Languages Minutes of Instruction per Week . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Table 7:
World Languages Number of Sessions per Week . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Table 8:
Integration of Other Subjects into World Languages
Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
District Implementation of K-8 Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Issues of Non-Compliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Qualitative Data and Reporting Inconsistencies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
What Constitutes Having a Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
PART IV: High School World Languages Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 9:
World Languages Offerings and Enrollment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Advanced Placement Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Table 10: New Jersey World Languages AP Grade Distributions
Administration Date: May 2004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Table 11: Schools Offering Spanish for Native Speakers (SNS) Programs . . 18
Supplementary World Languages Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Table 12: Schools Granting Credit for World Languages Instruction
Received at Other Institutions or Through Distance Learning . . . 20
PART V: International Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Table 13: Participation in International Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Table 14: Participation in Student Exchange Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Table 15: Countries Participating in Partner/Sister School Programs. . . . . 22
Table 16: International Program Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
The International Baccalaureate Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
The Model United Nations Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Partner/Sister Schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Multicultural Curriculum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
International Education in New Jersey: Vision, Mission and Goals . . . . . . . . 24
Summary of the State of World Languages
Implementation in New Jersey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Appendix: District Summary Profile of World Languages
Programs in K-8 2003-04 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
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A Report on the State of
World Languages Implementation
in New Jersey
Introduction
The following report is based on information compiled in the first data collection of K12 world languages programs conducted by the New Jersey Department of Education
(NJDOE) and sent to all chief school administrators in spring 2004.The electronic data
collection was undertaken in response to requests from the State Board of Education,
education and business organizations, the media, parents and the public-at-large. It
addresses the extent to which New Jersey students are receiving world languages
education that meets the state’s standards and complies with administrative code. The
purpose of this report is twofold: to provide the public and policymakers information
about the status of world languages program implementation and to utilize quantitative
data on program implementation to assist districts with the establishment and
maintenance of high-quality programs leading to student demonstration of language
proficiency. It will also establish a baseline to track improvements in the quality of
programs offered.
The data consists of enrollment figures and program information for the 2003-04 school
year reported by each school in all New Jersey school districts on key world languages
opportunity-to-learn indicators such as staffing, instructional hours, curricular offerings
and program models.
The results of the world languages data collection support the need for similar surveys
in all core curriculum content standards areas currently not included in the statewide
assessment program. The department intends to create a data collection system to
identify areas of strength and areas in need of improvement in the implementation of the
state standards.
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Background
Since 1996, New Jersey public schools have been required to provide all students with
instruction in world languages at the elementary and secondary school level. The New
Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards for World Languages and the World
Languages Curriculum Framework provide local school districts with guidelines for
the development of quality instructional programs and extended sequences of world
languages instruction. Implementation of the standards has been accompanied by a
strong professional development program for teachers and administrators offered by the
department in collaboration with other organizations such as the Foreign Language
Educators of New Jersey, New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, New Jersey
colleges and universities and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign
Languages. The department has placed particular emphasis on early language learning
and the development of well-articulated K-8 world languages programs and underscores
this commitment with a minimal five-credit high school graduation requirement that for
some students may be their culminating, or tenth year, of language study. New
regulations also allow students to fulfill the high school requirement by earning credits
through a traditional seat time program or by passing a proficiency-based exit test by the
end of eighth grade.
The New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards
for World Languages
The New Jersey standards reflect the philosophy and goals found in the national
standards, Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century
(ACTFL,1999), and student performance expectations at the Novice, Intermediate and
Pre-Advanced levels as outlined in the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign
Languages Performance Guidelines for K-12 Learners (1998).The standards reflect the
latest research on second language acquisition and best practice for instructional
methodologies and assessment. They are generic in nature, are designed for a core
subject, and are meant to be inclusive for all languages taught in New Jersey’s schools
(New Jersey Department of Education, 2004).
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The vision of the standards is to prepare New Jersey students for the
demands of an interdependent world by:
o Teaching world languages for communication;
o Heightening students’ linguistic and cultural awareness of their local, state,
and world community;
o Encouraging interdisciplinary and workplace readiness connections that
may involve business and community members as mentors and models; and
o Preparing students for using a world language(s) in whatever career
choices they make.
A Standards-Based Curriculum: What Does It Provide?
For Students—it gives a real world purpose for learning a language.
For the classroom teacher—it guides lesson planning, focusing on broad
goals while providing indicators and topics that assist in charting student
progress as language learners. Indicators are not lists of vocabulary or
grammar, but functional communication and culture goals that are both
within reach and motivating for students.
For the teacher of the next level—it outlines real evidence of student
achievement.
For administrators—it provides a focus for classroom observations.
For the community—it provides a basis for accountability.
(Adapted from Planning Curriculum for World Languages, 2002)
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The Components of a Quality K-12 World Languages Program
1. Implementation of the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards—This
is reflected in district curriculum and assessments.
2. Adequate Time Allocations—Time is needed to develop language competence.
International research shows that there are no shortcuts to attaining even
“functional” language competence.
3. A Focus on Content—The second language itself is not the primary focus of
study; it becomes a means through which areas of student interest are explored
through the language. The focal point is meaningful communication through
tasks that emerge from academic content in other curricular areas and nonacademic areas of interest and importance as well. Content in the grade-level
curriculum is learned, reinforced, or enhanced while second-language skills are
acquired and developed.
4. Ongoing Assessment—World languages assessments allow students to
demonstrate what they can do with language, showing the evolution of their
growing language proficiency through multiple sources of evidence, using realworld tasks rather than relying solely on pencil-and-paper tests.Assessments are
connected to a wide range of content and variety of instructional strategies
practiced in K-12 classrooms and, most importantly, have the primary goal of
emphasizing language learners’ achievements.
5. Use of Standards-Based Instructional Methodologies—Students come to
world languages classrooms with different interests and varying intelligences
and learning styles. Instructional activities and assessments should reflect these
needs. Teaching and learning strategies used in the world languages classroom
are multi-faceted and based on students becoming actively involved with their
own learning. There is more student activity than teacher activity in most
lessons. This includes student-to-student interactions as well as teacher-tostudent interactions.
6. Professional Development for Teachers—Professional development is ongoing
and directly focused on student achievement and learning needs since the
benefits gained from one-day, how–to workshops are very limited. Some
examples of site-based, job-embedded approaches include peer coaching,
teacher study groups, mentoring, professional development portfolios, and
action research. Teachers may participate in school or district networks that
strengthen content knowledge and pedagogy using a variety of approaches.
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PART I: K-12 World Languages Offerings
Table 1: K through 12 World Languages Offerings (2003-2004)
9-12
Other
Spanish
6-8
Russian
Latin
3-5
Japanese
K-2
Italian
German
French
Chinese
American Sign Language
0
20
40
60
80
100
Percent of Schools Offering the Language
*Other languages include Greek, Portuguese, and Arabic.
Over 90 percent of New Jersey schools, 97 percent at the high school level, offer students
the opportunity to study Spanish. Most high schools offer students the opportunity to
study other languages: 80 percent offer French, 40 percent offer Latin and between 3540 percent, Italian and German. Among the less commonly taught languages, less than
five percent of high schools offer Russian, Japanese and Chinese.At the K-8 level, Spanish
is the most common language offered followed by French, Italian and German. However,
the number of elementary schools offering languages other than Spanish at the K-5 level
is less than 10 percent.At the middle school level, approximately 37 percent of schools
offer French and less than five percent offer Italian, German or Latin.
With the exception of Spanish, it is noteworthy that the languages most commonly
offered in schools are not the most commonly spoken world languages (e.g., Chinese,
Hindi). This trend is seen on the national level. According to a 2002 survey by the
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), there were almost
seven million students in American public schools enrolled in world languages classes in
grades 7-12 with 92 percent of the students studying Spanish, French and German. Only
8 percent were studying other world languages, as reflected in the chart below.
Table 2: Languages Studied by Public School Students in the U.S
Spanish French German
Italian
Latin
68.70%
1.20%
2.70%
18.30%
(ACTFL, 2002)
4.80%
Japanese Russian Other
0.8%
0.2%
1.3%
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PART II: K-12 Staffing
Table 3: Percent of New Jersey World Languages Classes
Taught by Highly Qualified* Teachers by School Organization
(2003-2004)
Percent of W L Classes
Taught by Highly Qualified
Teachers
Percent of Classes in all
Content Areas Taught by
Highly Qualified Teachers
Elementary Schools
(self-contained)
88.3%
96.1%
Middle/Junior High Schools
(departmentalized)
90.5%
91.6%
Secondary Schools
(departmentalized)
94.6%
94.5%
All Schools
91.6%
94.3%
School Organizations
*Highly Qualified by criteria established by the 2001 No Child Left Behind Act
In New Jersey, highly qualified teachers deliver world languages instruction at most grade
levels. At the K-5 level, several factors contribute to the fact that only 88.3 percent of
teachers are highly qualified. The first is the use of classroom teachers and media or
computer technology as the instructional model in some schools. Another factor is that
some teachers at the K-5 level hold conditional certificates. A conditional certificate
allows teachers five years to complete certification requirements.This means that most
of these teachers are in the process of completing the necessary requirements to obtain
a New Jersey certificate and highly qualified status. Due to provisions in the No Child Left
Behind Act, the department is no longer able to issue conditional certificates.
Subsequently, this will not be a contributing factor in future data reporting.
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PART III: Elementary World Languages Programs
New Jersey’s Core Beliefs for Elementary World Languages Education
All elementary school students should have access to high quality,
ongoing and systematic world languages instruction. This belief is based
on current research that indicates:
o Young children are at an optimal time to learn other languages;
o Children in early second language programs where curriculum is aligned
with other core areas show gains in standardized tests of basic skills and
derive additional cognitive and affective benefits;
o Early language learning results in improved literacy skills. Reading and
writing processes are similar for first and second languages. Skills and
strategies are transferable from first to second language and vice versa. A
well-constructed elementary world languages curriculum positively
influences literacy skills in both first and second language learning; and
o Improved second language capability for New Jersey students can be
realized through uninterrupted, well-sequenced, long-term language
instruction beginning in the early grades. It cannot be achieved through a
two-year instructional model as evidenced by the experience of many
adults.
K-8 Staffing Models
With growing enrollments in elementary world languages programs since 1996, the
demand for world languages teachers has increased.To address this need, the department
first created a conditional certificate to attract professionals that are native speakers of a
language other than English and have earned a college degree.This certificate proved to
be very useful in recruiting substantial numbers of desirable candidates. However, since
the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act, the conditional certificate was
eliminated. The department also entered into an agreement with an international teacher
placement agency that provides highly qualified teachers from other countries. Several
years ago, New Jersey had 140 international teachers serving districts throughout the
state through the Visiting International Faculty Program. Since that time, the number of
international teachers requested by districts has declined primarily because most
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districts wish to hire teachers that will remain in the district beyond a three-year period.
Since these international teachers possess a J-1 visa, the visa requirements do not permit
them to stay in the country beyond the three-year limit. In addition, the department has
sponsored annual world languages teacher recruitment days which tap into the pool of
available teacher candidates in the tri-state area. Currently, New Jersey teacher
preparation programs are reporting an increase in the number of world languages
students in their pre-service education programs. The Alternate Route Program also
continues to augment the supply of world languages teachers.
Table 4: Relative Use of Staffing Models by K-8 Grade Band
The graph above illustrates that certified teachers deliver instruction most frequently at
all grade levels.The “Other Teacher” group represents certified K-8 teachers and teachers
holding conditional certificates that are in the process of obtaining a standard certificate.
Since the adoption of the standards, K-8 teachers have been permitted to teach world
languages on a half-time basis.Teachers with K-8 endorsements wishing to teach full-time
must fulfill the new requirements adopted in 2004 that include attaining a passing score
on a test of oral proficiency and completing an approved world languages methodology
course.Additionally, all new applicants wishing to teach world languages part-time or full
time must fulfill the new requirements.
The use of media (e.g., videos) or computer technology is more prevalent in the lower
elementary grades and sometimes serves as the sole vehicle of instruction. Media
programs can supplement, but cannot replace, meaningful interactions that take place
between the teacher and students. Studies on the effectiveness of video programs as an
instructional model reveal that the success of this approach is dependent on the quality
and intensity of follow-up by a world languages specialist.
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The “Other” group includes paraprofessionals or classroom assistants that are instructing
with a certified teacher in the classroom (e.g., high school students, pre-service teachers,
parents, or other interested adults from the community). This option may not suitable
over a long period of time because it demands an extended commitment from the world
languages instructor and a high degree of reliability to deliver the program with
consistency. It also demands careful oversight of the instructional process and goals of
the program by a world languages supervisor to ensure students are meeting the
required standards and indicators.
K-8 World Languages Offerings and Enrollment
Table 5: K through 8 World Languages Enrollment (2003-2004)
(n=904,637)
*Other languages include Greek, Portuguese, and Arabic.
Student enrollment data for grades K-8 indicates that Spanish dominates as the language
of choice. Most elementary programs only offer students the opportunity to study
Spanish. French is available as a student option in less than 10 percent of K-5 schools
followed by Italian. At the middle school level, there is more choice of languages offered
to students. In addition to Spanish, French predominates at 37 percent followed by
Italian, German and Latin in less than 5 percent of schools. There has been a growing
interest in American Sign Language since the adoption of the standards. The less
commonly taught languages are rarely offered as a choice of language in grades K-8 as
reflected in enrollment data. It is important to note that the New Jersey World
Languages Curriculum Framework recommends that the choice of languages should
be made based on the following criteria:
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Community interest: This includes parental input and the cultural heritage of the
community, as well as the changing demographics of the community. As communities
vary, so will their world languages program offerings.The creation of dual-language/dual
immersion programs is an excellent way of capitalizing on the languages spoken in the
community and of coalescing previously disconnected groups of children in a school. It
is also a means of taking advantage of available resources such as staffing, materials, and
existing programs within a district.
Potential for articulation: It is important that districts decide which languages will be
offered at the elementary and middle school levels in order to provide continuous
language instruction through high school. Long range planning and ongoing evaluation
of program articulation are necessary to ensure an effective articulation process. A K-8
program implemented in only one language will most likely have an adverse effect on
enrollments in other languages at the high school level.
Availability of qualified teachers and instructional materials: This includes existing
district world languages staff, classroom teachers who have high levels of proficiency in
a world language(s) and cross district collaboration as well as language specific materials
to support a quality program.
Languages most frequently spoken in the world community: This serves a larger need
to prepare students who have proficiency in critical need languages and cultures that are
currently playing dominant roles in global affairs. Because of their level of difficulty, many
of the most commonly spoken languages in the world today require much longer contact
time to achieve usable proficiency. However, these languages reflect the needs of the
21st century and are in demand in many of the diverse communities that exist
throughout the country, by business, government and the private sector. Attaining high
levels of proficiency in globally dominant languages affords students an added advantage
in seeking future employment opportunities.
These data also show that approximately 200,000 students at different grade levels at the
elementary level were not receiving required instruction in world languages as set forth
in administrative code. Recommendations for addressing this problem may be found in
the last section of this document.
Program Quality
N.J.A.C. 8-3.1(a)2 states that district boards of education shall ensure that curriculum
and instruction are designed and delivered in such a way that all students are able to
demonstrate the knowledge and skills specified by the Core Curriculum Content
Standards. This means that districts must ensure that all students learn a world
language in a program designed to meet state standards. Because providing a
thorough and efficient education remains a priority in New Jersey schools, all students
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should be given the opportunity to learn a world language in a program that offers
appropriate time allocations and quality instruction. A program that does not offer a
sufficient amount of contact time and class sessions per week assumes less student
proficiency from the outset and denies students access to quality instruction aligned to
the standards. Success for all students in world languages depends not only on specifying
the appropriate content, but also on establishing learning environments that facilitate
student learning of a world language (i.e., classes meet consistently for multiple times per
week throughout the school year).
The world languages standards document provides recommended time allocations to
enable students to achieve the standards based on second language acquisition research.
This information may be found on page 5 of the 2004 revised standards.
Instructional Time in K-8 World Languages Programs
Table 6: World Languages Minutes of Instruction per Week
(2003–04)
The data above indicate that the average amount of instructional time in grades K-5 is a
little over 50 minutes per week. The average minutes of instruction increase
incrementally to approximately 160 minutes in grade eight.While the department does
not prescribe the number of minutes of instruction per week to achieve the standards,
it recognizes that students will not have sufficient opportunities to learn without
adequate time allocations in a regularly scheduled sequence of instruction. It is
important to note that the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
recommends that students be enrolled in elementary programs that meet from three-five
days per week for no less than 30 minutes per class, and in middle school programs that
meet daily for no less than 40 minutes per class (ACTFL, 1998).
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Table 7: World Languages Number of Sessions per Week
(2003–04)
While numerous factors contribute to the acquisition of a second language, two key
factors are time and intensity of instruction. The data above show that in grades K-5,
world languages instruction takes place between one and two times per week and in
grades 6-8, between three and four times per week. While there is an increase in the
frequency of instruction in grades 6-8, the number of contact sessions still falls below the
recommended frequency of instruction of three to five sessions in grades K-5 and five
sessions in grades 6-8 (ACTFL, 1998).
Based upon the data provided, it can be ascertained that most students are acquiring
minimal levels of language proficiency. As a result, K-5 world languages students learn
some basic words and phrases and develop some linguistic and cultural awareness in the
language studied. Many students are likely not meeting stated goals and objectives in the
world languages standards. Learning environments that facilitate student acquisition of a
second language include scheduling classes that meet consistently for multiple times per
week throughout the school year.
The best way to understand the differences among various program models is to visit
successful programs in action.All programs share four qualities: flexibility in the face of
fluctuating financial support; close teamwork among language professionals,
administrators, classroom teachers and parents; strong leadership that has been key to
program success; and finally, a strong commitment to the program and to the goals
of elementary or middle school language education. Contact information for
2004-06 World Languages Model Program Resource Centers may be found at:
http://www.state.nj.us/njded/aps/cccs/wl/resource.htm#1.
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Table 8: Integration of Other Subjects into World Languages Instruction
(2003–04)
Approximately 40 percent of K-8 programs consistently use content from other core
areas as the content of the world languages class with the language serving as the tool
of instruction.The shift from solely linguistic content to content that reflects the broader
K-8 curriculum may be attributed largely to the intensive professional development
programs offered to world languages practitioners since the adoption of the standards.
These programs are the result of the collaborative efforts between the department and
other organizations, such as the Foreign Language Educators of New Jersey, the New
Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, the American Council on the Teaching of
Foreign Languages, and many New Jersey institutions of higher education.
The movement towards content-related instruction reflects an important shift in the
teaching and learning of world languages in New Jersey. Research has shown that
students develop advanced levels of language competency most successfully when they
are engaged in meaningful and challenging communication about non-language subjects.
The use of content in the world languages classroom is also strongly supported by both
second language acquisition theory and brain research.The content of important topics
and ideas helps students understand the world in which they live and who they are.
Content also helps students respond to important questions that extend learning beyond
the classroom.The focus of the world languages curriculum has been expanded from the
idea that the content of language instruction is language only to the idea that a world
language is an effective tool to communicate content. World languages can no longer be
viewed as an isolated area of the curriculum where learning is separate from what is
taking place in other content areas. Learning through languages other than English has
now become part of all student learning, heightening the importance and visibility of
world languages to the entire school community.
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District Implementation of K-8 Programs
Issues of Non-Compliance
The world languages data collection provides information on the extent to which
programs were implemented in the 2003-04 school year. A fully implemented program
means that world languages instruction takes place at every grade level in grades K-8. In
order to understand what a partially implemented program means, it is necessary to
review the language found in New Jersey Administrative Code pertaining to world
languages instruction.
N.J.A.C.6A:8-1.1 (a) requires districts to ensure that all K-8 students study a world
language. This codifies the implementation of the world languages section of the core
curriculum content standards originally adopted by the New Jersey State Board of
Education in May 1996. On April 7, 2004, the State Board of Education adopted the 2004
revised world languages standards that continue to include the required study of world
languages in K-8.Accordingly, districts are required to have a world languages program in
place at every grade level in grades K-8. Therefore, for purposes of this survey, a
partially implemented program has been defined as one that is not offered at
every grade level in grades K-8.
Qualitative Data and Reporting Inconsistencies
It is important to note that as part of the department’s analysis of survey data, qualitative
data was also obtained from districts regarding program implementation that was
included in a section for additional comments on the electronic survey. Phone calls
were then made to districts in August and September 2004 to verify the data reported
prior to the completion of this report. Further verification of data was conducted by the
county offices of education in March 2005. These verification measures revealed
inconsistencies in reporting by some districts. Please be aware that the District Summary
Profile of World Languages Programs in K-8 found on page 29 of this report reflects
information provided on the electronic survey for the 2003-04 year only and does not
reflect programs that were added, or for that matter, cut back or eliminated in schools
subsequent to that time period.
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What Constitutes Having a Program
The data provided in the survey show a wide variation in what districts defined as
“having a program.” Quantitative data on time and frequency of program as well as
qualitative data reveal that a program is defined for some districts as teaching a few
words in the target language, singing songs in the language, having occasional cultural
celebrations, or having world languages instruction generally “infused” in the curriculum
by a teacher(s) that may or may not speak the language in various content areas. While
one can report such program descriptions as constituting a program on paper, these
programs will not enable students to meet the outcomes defined in the standards. A
pedagogically sound program in any content area has a well designed curriculum that is
closely aligned with the standards at various benchmark levels, uses age-appropriate
instructional methodologies and employs assessment strategies to measure student
performance and growth at regular intervals. Moreover, in world languages programs, the
expectation is that the program is delivered in the target language from the earliest
grades.While the standards and framework are highly supportive of content integration,
content-related programs reinforce and enhance content in a continuous, systematic way
while also developing language skills in a spiraling and recursive manner.These programs
require a well designed curriculum that includes assessment of both content knowledge
and language skills.
The variation of interpretation on what constitutes a program is an important factor for
consideration when reviewing quantitative data on student enrollments in programs in
K-8. Such wide interpretation suggests that some programs may not be providing an
instructional environment for all students to achieve the world languages standards.
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Part IV: High School World Languages Programs
Table 9: World Languages Offerings and Enrollment
9-12 World Langages Enrollment
Out of 382,132 Students
(2003-2004)
*Other languages include Greek, Portuguese and Arabic
A total of 244,902 students were enrolled in world languages instruction in grades 9-12
during the 2003-04 academic year. Since this is the first data collection conducted by the
department on the state of world languages implementation, there is no comparative
data.This graph depicts a similar language enrollment pattern as in grades K-8. Spanish
remains the language most frequently studied by high school students followed by
French, Italian, Latin and German. Non-European languages such as Chinese, Japanese or
Arabic are offered in only a very small percentage of schools. There is a great need for
individuals who speak world languages that have been identified as central to global
literacy and that are important for future state and national economic and security and
human needs. In 2001, the National Commission on Asia in the Schools released a report
Asia in the Schools: Preparing Young Americans for Today’s Interconnected World.The
report concluded that American students had rudimentary knowledge about global
issues and cultures. In addition, the report emphasized that language instruction did not
reflect the realities of the interconnected world of the 21st century—a world that
requires individuals who are proficient in current major world languages. The
department is currently pursuing strategies that will support the implementation of
programs in the less commonly taught languages.
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Advanced Placement Programs
Table 10: New Jersey World Languages AP Grade Distributions
Administration Date: May 2004
AP
Grade
FRENCH:
LANGUAGE
FRENCH:
LITERATURE
GERMAN:
LANGUAGE
LATIN:
LITERATURE
LATIN:
VERGIL
SPANISH:
LANGUAGE
SPANISH:
LITERATURE
Number of Students for Each Examination
5
89
6
38
19
24
688
23
4
168
12
42
17
30
605
48
3
209
18
46
37
49
623
77
2
125
19
34
32
38
372
14
1
138
8
9
37
26
239
29
Total
729
63
169
142
167
2527
191
Mean
Grade
2.92
2.83
3.39
2.64
2.93
3.45
3.12
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www.collegeboard.com/apstudents (for AP students and parents).
This data shows the distribution among various world languages in both student
participation and performance in the Advanced Placement Program
The 2004 data reflects an increase in the total number of New Jersey students taking
advanced placement tests in a world language by approximately 25 percent in
comparison with the corresponding 1999 data.
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Table 11: Schools Offering Spanish for Native Speakers (SNS) Programs
COUNTY
Atlantic
Bergen
DISTRICT
Atlantic City
Egg Harbor Township
Bergen County Vocational
Englewood City
Lodi Borough
Palisades Park
Ridgefield Park Township
Camden
Cumberland
Essex
Hudson
Teaneck Township
Camden City
Cherry Hill Township
Millville City
Vineland City
Bloomfield Township
Millburn township
Newark City
Bayonne City
Harrison Township
Hudson County Vocational
Jersey City
Kearny Township
North Bergen Township
Union City
Mercer
Middlesex
West New York
East Windsor Regional
Highland Park Borough
New Brunswick City
North Brunswick
Perth Amboy City
Piscataway Township
South Brunswick
South Plainfield
SCHOOL
Atlantic City HS
Egg Harbor Twp. HS
Bergen County
Vocational-Technical
School -Teterboro
Dwight Morrow HS
Lodi HS
Lindbergh HS
Ridgefield Park
Junior/Senior HS
Teaneck HS
Camden HS
Woodrow Wilson HS
Cherry Hill West HS
Memorial HS
Vineland South HS
Bloomfield HS
Millburn HS
Barringer HS
Central HS
Technology HS
Bayonne HS
Harrison HS
North Hudson Center
James J. Ferris HS
William L. Dickinson
Kearny HS
North Bergen HS
Emerson HS
Union Hill HS
Number 1 HS
Hightstown HS
Highland Park HS`
New Brunswick HS
North Brunswick HS
Perth Amboy HS
Piscataway Twp. HS
South Brunswick HS
South Plainfield HS
GRADES
9-12
9-12
9-11
9-10
10-12
9-12
9-11
9-11
9-11
9-12
9-10
9
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
10-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-10
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-12
9, 10, 12
9-12
9-11
10-12
9-12
9-11
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COUNTY
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Somerset
Union
DISTRICT
Long Branch City
Ocean Township
Dover Township
Morris School District
Mount Olive Township
Randolph Township
Toms River Regional
Clifton City
Passaic City
Passaic County
Vocational-Technical
Paterson City
Bound Brook Borough
Hillsborough Township
Elizabeth City
Roselle Borough
SCHOOL
Long Branch HS
Ocean Township HS
Dover township HS
Morristown HS
Mount Olive HS
Randolph HS
Toms River HS North
Clifton HS
Passaic HS
Passaic County
Technology Institute
Eastside HS
John F. Kennedy HS
Bound Brook HS
Hillsborough HS
Elizabeth HS
Abraham Clark HS
GRADES
9-11
9-12
9-12
9-12
9-10
9-12
10-11
9-12
9-12
9-12
11-12
9-12
9-12
9-11
9-12
9-12
Spanish-speaking students who arrive in classrooms with diverse levels of Englishlanguage proficiency should be given the same opportunity as others to learn world
languages. In the best-case scenario, they should be provided with opportunities to
maintain and develop native language skills and also to study another world language
in addition to English at some point in their schooling.When referring to students who
fall under this description, schools have used terms such as English as a Second Language
(ESL) students, bilingual education (BE) students, limited English proficient (LEP)
students, or English language learners (ELL).These students may be able to understand
spoken language, but are unable to speak beyond words and phrases. Others can speak
the language fluently, but cannot express themselves in writing. Some can understand
and speak the language well, but have limited reading and writing skills. Finally, there are
those students who can function at a high level in all language skill areas.
What implication does this diverse population of Spanish-speaking language students
have for world languages instruction? It is important that Spanish for Native Speakers
(SNS) courses are offered to address the varying linguistic needs of the students and to
provide appropriate cultural and literary content. This goes beyond the goal of having
students participating in Spanish advanced placement programs. The ultimate goal of
instruction for these students should be to speak and write Spanish effectively
in an occupational or professional setting.
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Teachers often experience difficulty working with heritage language students in world
languages classes with monolingual students.This issue is addressed by various heritage
language experts in a volume entitled Spanish for Native Speakers, part of a professional
development series produced by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and
Portuguese.The essence of this response seems appropriate for any language class with
heritage and English-dominant students and is not only applicable to Spanish. “Ideally,
mixed classes should not exist because they are pedagogically unsound. Heritage
speakers of Spanish should be in SNS (Spanish for Native Speakers) courses that address
their specific needs” (Samaniego & Pino, 2000, p.32).
Supplementary World Languages Instruction
Table 12: Schools Granting Credit for World Languages Instruction Received
at Other Institutions or through Distance Learning
New Jersey schools most commonly grant credits received from other districts (142
schools in 57 districts) rather than from non-public institutions (120 schools in 46
districts) or colleges and universities (88 schools in 71 districts). Distance learning has
been underutilized as a mechanism for students to earn credit for the study of languages
not routinely offered in the school district. Distance learning was used in 49 schools in
398 districts during the 2003-04 school year.
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Part V: International Education
The study of a world language(s) is an important component of international education
which focuses on increased student knowledge and awareness of other regions of the
world, their languages and cultures. Because of New Jersey’s growing role in
international business and trade, the need for our students to function in the society and
workplace of a globally interconnected world is greater than ever. New Jersey’s Core
Curriculum Content Standards for World Languages lay the groundwork for excellent
international education programs by emphasizing well articulated sequences of language
study beginning in the early grades that will lead to growing language and cultural
proficiency. International trips and exchanges provide an excellent means for students to
experience other languages and cultures beyond New Jersey’s borders. In the 2003-04
school year, 1807 students in 55 schools took 84 trips to 18 countries. 891 students also
participated in exchange programs with other countries in the Americas, Europe, Asia
and Australia and 33 schools reported partner/sister school programs with 14 countries.
Table 13: Participation in International Trips (Countries and Numbers of Students)
ASIA
EUROPE
THE AMERICAS
Japan (35)
Russia (22)
Austria (22)
England (35)
France (152)
Germany (99)
Italy (269)
Russia (22)
Argentina (3)
Bahamas (40)
Canada (822)
Chile (3)
Costa Rica (2)
Cuba (15)
Paraguay (1)
Peru (30)
Spain (226)
Table 14: Participation in Student Exchange Programs
AUSTRALIA (40)
ASIA
Japan (56)
Korea (1)
Russia (12)
Taiwan (1)
Turkmenistan (1)
Vietnam (1)
EUROPE
Denmark (28)
England (26)
France (232)
Germany (174)
Greece (18)
Italy (90)
Russia (12)
Serbia (1)
Slovakia (18)
Spain (130)
Sweden (6)
Ukraine (2)
THE AMERICAS
Argentina (1)
Brazil (2)
Columbia (1)
Mexico (28)
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Table 15: Countries Participating in Partner/Sister School Programs
AUSTRALIA (2)
ASIA
China (1)
Japan (5)
Russia (1)
EUROPE
Austria (1)
England (2)
France (7)
Germany (11)
Israel (1)
Italy (6)
Russia (1)
Spain (6)
Sweden (1)
THE AMERICAS
Argentina (10)
Costa Rica (1)
Mexico (1)
Table 16: International Program Models
The following programs assist with the development of international knowledge and
skills by exposing New Jersey’s students to international languages and cultures.A brief
explanation of each program follows.
PROGRAM MODELS
International Baccalaureate
United Nations Program
Sister School Linkages
Multicultural Curriculum
NUMBER OF DISTRICTS
8
13
22
75
NUMBER OF SCHOOLS
18
18
17 (11 planned)
195
The International Baccalaureate Program
This program aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who
help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and
respect. The International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) works with schools,
governments and international organizations to develop challenging programs of
international education and rigorous assessment. These programs encourage students
across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand
that other people, with their differences, can also be right. The IBO offers three
programs to a wide variety of schools located throughout the world: the Diploma
Program (DP), for students in the final two years of school before university; the Middle
Years Program (MYP), for students aged 11 to 16; and the Primary Years Program (PYP),
for students aged 3 to 12.The IBO provides IB world schools with: detailed curriculum
guidelines for each program and subject area; teacher training workshops; online access
to 3,000 education resources; subject area experts; discussion sessions with
teachers at IB schools throughout the world; external assessment of DP students’ work;
and, procedures for school-based (internal) assessment of student work
(http://www.ibo.org/ibo/index.cfm).
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The Model United Nations Program
The Model United Nations Program presents a unique and engaging opportunity for
students to learn about other cultures, current events and international relations in a
hands-on environment. From drafting resolutions in the General Assembly to resolving
crises in the Security Council, students learn through doing. Students in this program
study the major organizations of the United Nations from the Secretariat to the General
Assembly to the Court of Justice. They learn about the daily activities of the UN from
adopting resolutions to providing humanitarian relief to conducting peacekeeping
operations. Students also study major figures in international relations from individual
countries to regional coalitions to non-governmental organizations. In sum, this program
teaches thorough understanding of the structure and workings of the UN. Students learn
skills needed to be effective participants in the model United Nations simulations.
Topics covered include: researching countries and issues; being a convincing and
effective representative; drafting resolutions and proposals; making persuasive
speeches and presentations; and the fundamentals of parliamentary procedure
(www.un.org/cyberschoolbus/modelun/index.html).
Partner/Sister Schools
Sister schools promote cross-cultural understanding by connecting districts in the state
with schools around the globe. Classrooms separated by border, culture, and geography
are united through similar interests and common principles. Students participate in
collaborative projects ranging from literature and social development to science and
technology. By connecting classrooms worldwide, the academic setting is used to
conquer ignorance, bridge cultural gaps, and create international friendships
(http://www.iearn.org).
Multicultural Curriculum
A multicultural curriculum celebrates racial and cultural diversity by allowing students to
learn about other cultures. It seeks to promote the valuing of diversity and equal
opportunity for all people through understanding of the contributions and perspectives
of people of differing race, ethnicity, culture, language, religion, gender, sexual orientation,
and physical abilities and disabilities.The following web site serves as a starting point for
teachers that wish to create a more inclusive, multicultural curriculum for their students
(http://www.mhhe.com/socscience/education/multi/curriculum.html).
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International Education
in New Jersey:
Vision, Mission and Goals
Vision: New Jersey citizens have the requisite knowledge to live and
work effectively in a complex and dynamic world.
Mission: The creation of a systemic approach to ensure that all New
Jersey students are provided with the knowledge and skills to be able to
function culturally, politically and economically in a global society.
Goals:
1.
To help students understand, connect to and act on critical global
issues by integrating international perspectives into curricula in all
core curriculum content standards areas with special emphasis on:
world languages instruction that includes languages central to global
literacy and that are important for future economic and security
needs; and social studies instruction that focuses on global issues
and how to address them within the diverse social, political and
economic contexts that exist worldwide.
2.
To connect student acquisition of international literacies to real
world experiences both in New Jersey and beyond state and
national borders.
3.
To enhance teacher capacity for international teaching excellence
through pre-service education, professional development and
opportunities for exchange and study abroad.
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Summary of the
State of World Languages Implementation
in New Jersey
o The adoption of world languages standards in 1996 has led to the growth
of elementary and middle school world languages programs.
o All students in grades K-8 are not receiving world languages instruction as
all districts have not yet fully implemented K-8 world languages programs.
o The quality of K-8 programs varies considerably regarding time and
frequency of instruction.
o There is considerable variation in what districts define as “having a
program.” Both quantitative and qualitative data reveal descriptions of
programs that do not provide learning environments that facilitate student
learning of a world language.
o Inadequate time allocations and poor program design in some K-8 programs
will not enable students to meet the outcomes defined in the standards.
o Spanish is the language of choice in K-12 programs. Few districts offer
critical need languages such as Chinese or other Asian languages.
o Due to lack of comparative data, this report is not able to provide
information on increases or decreases in enrollments at the high school
level.
o There is noticeable integration of other content areas into the teaching of
world languages that reinforces content and concepts from other core
areas.
o Some districts reported meaningful initiatives, such as student exchanges
and sister schools, that are supportive of the study of world languages and
the goals of international education.
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Recommendations
1. Initiate effective strategies to foster the growth of quality K-8 world languages
programs that include:
o Underscoring for districts the importance of using the resources made
available by the department to develop pedagogically sound programs.
Such programs have a well designed curriculum closely aligned with both
the proficiency levels and benchmark grade levels in the world languages
standards, use age-appropriate instructional methodologies and employ a
variety of assessment strategies to measure student performance and
growth at regular intervals.
o Addressing the variation in K-8 program quality by making available to
districts proficiency-based assessment options that will assist them in
determining if their current program design enables students to meet the
standards;
o Providing the option for all K-12 world languages teachers to participate in
a no-cost online teacher training program to assist in developing world
languages programs designed to enhance students’ language proficiency;
and
o Offering technical assistance to districts on how to use the data on student
learning as a strategy for directly improving teaching and learning in world
languages and for building district capacity to design and implement
effective standards-based programs.
2. Create a compliance action plan to address districts that are not in compliance with
the K-8 world languages mandate.
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guidelines for k-12 learners.Yonkers, NY: ACTFL.
Draper, Jamie B. and Hicks, June H. (2002, May). Foreign language enrollments in public
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National Standards in Foreign Language Education Project. (1999). Standards for foreign
language learning in the 21st century. Lawrence, KS:Allen Press, Inc.
New Jersey Department of Education. (2004) New Jersey core curriculum content
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Samaniego, F. & Pino, C. (2000). Frequently asked questions about SNS programs.
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Appendix:
District Summary Profile
of World Languages Programs
in K-8 2003-04
The Appendix that follows includes a summary of data reported for K-8 world languages
programs for each school in every New Jersey school district. Ungraded classes are
excluded in the profile, but there are some special service schools with specific grade
levels that are included. Where information was missing or inconsistently reported,
MISSING is indicated in the program field. For example, there are a few schools that
reported no world languages information, but report world languages teachers in the
department’s certified staff data.These have MISSING indicated in the sessions per week,
weeks per year column, etc. Additionally, if districts reported world languages
enrollment, but no program information, the word MISSING will be indicated in all
program fields.
BUENA REGIONAL
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ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC
BRIGANTINE CITY
ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC CITY
ATLANTIC
BRIGANTINE CITY
ABSECON CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ABSECON CITY
ATLANTIC
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
ATLANTIC
SCHOOL NAME
H RUSSELL SWIFT ES
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP MS
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP INTERMEDIATE
E H SLAYBAUGH ES
DR JOY MILLER ES
CLAYTON J DAVENPORT ES
FANNY D RITTENBERG MS
CHARLES L SPRAGG ES
WM B DONINI ES
JOHN C MILANESI ES
EDGARTON MEMORIAL ES
COLLINGS LAKE ES
CLEARY MS
BRIGANTINE NORTH SCHOOL
BRIGANTINE ES
UPTOWN SCHOOL COMPLEX
TEXAS AVENUE
RICHMOND AVENUE
OHIO AVENUE
NEW JERSEY AVENUE
INDIANA AVENUE
DR M L KING JR HS SCHOOL COMP
CHELSEA HEIGHTS
BRIGHTON AVENUE
H ASHTON MARSH
EMMA C ATTALES
GRADES 6-8
45
45
20
45
20
55
50
30- 60
30- 60
30- 60
30- 60
40
30- 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
1
1
2
1
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1
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MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
3
3
3
3
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
45
45
60
39
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
3
1
1
5
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
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MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
3
1
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
1
3
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
2
1
2
3
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
1
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
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DISTRICT NAME
ESTELL MANOR CITY
FOLSOM BORO
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
GALLOWAY TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMMONTON TOWN
HAMMONTON TOWN
HAMMONTON TOWN
LINWOOD CITY
LINWOOD CITY
MARGATE CITY
MARGATE CITY
MARGATE CITY
MULLICA TWP
MULLICA TWP
MULLICA TWP
NORTHFIELD CITY
COUNTY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
SCHOOL NAME
NORTHFIELD COMMUNITY ES
MULLICA TOWNSHIP PRIMARY
MULLICA TOWNSHIP MS
GERTRUDE S LAUER ES
WILLIAM H ROSS III INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
UNION AVE ES
EUGENE A TIGHE MS
SEAVIEW ES
BELHAVEN MS
WARREN E SOOY JR ES
HAMMONTON MS
HAMMONTON ECDC
WILLIAM DAVIES MS
JOSEPH C SHANER MEMORIAL
GEORGE L HESS EDUC COMP
SOUTH EGG HARBOR ES
SMITHVILLE ES
ROLAND ROGERS ES
REEDS ROAD ES
POMONA ES
OCEANVILLE SCHOOL
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP MS
COLOGNE ES
ARTHUR RANN ES
FOLSOM
ESTELL MANOR ES
GRADES 6-8
42
20- 30
42
20
40
30
15- 30
63
45
45
10- 15
20- 50
30
30
30
30
30
30
20- 45
45
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2.5
1
1
5
1- 5
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
36
8-36
9
8
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
42
54
44- 63
45
46
45
50
30
30
30
90
30
45
45
36
1
9-36
2.5- 5
2.5
18
36
9
5
1- 4
9-18
9
5
5
18
36
1
2
36
9
1
2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
1
1
1
1
ALL
ALL
1
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
2
2
1
3
ALL
36
1
ALL
ALL
36
2
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2-2.5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
30
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
SOMERS POINT CITY
VENTNOR CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
ALPINE BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BERGENFIELD BORO
BOGOTA BORO
BOGOTA BORO
BOGOTA BORO
CARLSTADT BORO
CARLSTADT BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
ALLENDALE BORO
SOMERS POINT CITY
ATLANTIC
BERGEN
PORT REPUBLIC CITY
ATLANTIC
ALLENDALE BORO
PLEASANTVILLE CITY
ATLANTIC
BERGEN
PLEASANTVILLE CITY
ATLANTIC
VENTNOR CITY
PLEASANTVILLE CITY
ATLANTIC
WEYMOUTH TWP
PLEASANTVILLE CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
PLEASANTVILLE CITY
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC
DISTRICT NAME
NORTHFIELD CITY
COUNTY
ATLANTIC
SCHOOL NAME
LINDBERGH
LINCOLN
LILLIAN M STEEN
E ROY BIXBY
BOGOTA HS
WASHINGTON
ROY W BROWN MS
LINCOLN
JEFFERSON
HOOVER
FRANKLIN
ALPINE ES
HILLSIDE
BROOKSIDE
WEYMOUTH TOWNSHIP ES
VENTNOR MS
VENTNOR ES
JORDAN ROAD ES
DAWES AVENUE ES
PORT REPUBLIC ES
WASHINGTON AVENUE ES
SOUTH MAIN STREET ES
PLEASANTVILLE MS
NORTH MAIN STREET ES
LEEDS AVENUE ES
NORTHFIELD COMMUNITY MS
GRADES 6-8
30
30
15- 35
15- 35
75
75
75
75
75
20- 50
30
41
30
47
47
30
30
40
40
54
40
40
30
1
0.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2- 3
1
1
1
5
1- 5
2.5
2.5
5
5
1.5
5
5
1
36
18
18-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
6-36
36
36
36
36
18
36
36
36
35
35
41
39
47
41
47
30- 42
30
54
35- 42
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
5
5
5
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
36
1
ALL
36
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
5
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
1
3
1
2
4
9
9-36
36
36
5
5
5
5
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
1
36
SOME REPORTED
1
36
2.5
5
SOME REPORTED
1
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
18
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2.5
1.5
1- 5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
31
CRESSKILL BORO
DEMAREST BORO
DEMAREST BORO
DEMAREST BORO
DUMONT BORO
DUMONT BORO
DUMONT BORO
DUMONT BORO
EAST RUTHERFORD BORO
EAST RUTHERFORD BORO
EDGEWATER BORO
ELMWOOD PARK
ELMWOOD PARK
ELMWOOD PARK
ELMWOOD PARK
EMERSON BORO
EMERSON BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
CRESSKILL BORO
CLOSTER BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
CLIFFSIDE PARK BORO
BERGEN
CLOSTER BORO
CLIFFSIDE PARK BORO
BERGEN
CRESSKILL BORO
CLIFFSIDE PARK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
CLIFFSIDE PARK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
CARLSTADT BORO
COUNTY
MEMORIAL
EMERSON JR-SR HS
SIXTEENTH AVENUE
MIDDLE SCHOOL
GILBERT AVENUE
GANTNER AVENUE
ELEANOR VAN GELDER
MCKENZIE SCHOOL
ALFRED S FAUST
LINCOLN
HONISS
GRANT
CHARLES A SELZER
LUTHER LEE EMERSON SCHOOL
DEMAREST MS
COUNTY ROAD
MERRITT MEMORIAL
EDWARD H BRYAN
CRESSKILL JR-SR HS
TENAKILL MS
HILLSIDE
NUMBER 6
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
WASHINGTON
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
37
46
46
30
15- 30
20- 30
15- 30
30
42
30
25
25
44
20
41
36
7
1- 2
5
2
36
36
36
2
2
36
2
36
36
2
2
36
2
7
36
36
36
2
1.5
2
36
2
5
36
6
5
2
36
36
1
1
2
2
25
25
3
37
42
4.5
5
5
46
44
5
2- 3
2- 3
46
42
50
5
4
42
5
55
2
44
41
36
36
36
7
7
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
6-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
5
3
1
1
2
1
2
6
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
1
1
1
1
2
1
NONE REPORTED
1
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
32
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
FAIRVIEW BORO
FAIRVIEW BORO
FAIRVIEW BORO
FORT LEE BORO
FORT LEE BORO
FORT LEE BORO
FORT LEE BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
FRANKLIN LAKES BORO
FAIR LAWN BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BORO
BERGEN
FRANKLIN LAKES BORO
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
ENGLEWOOD CITY
BERGEN
FORT LEE BORO
ENGLEWOOD CITY
BERGEN
FRANKLIN LAKES BORO
ENGLEWOOD CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
ENGLEWOOD CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
EMERSON BORO
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
WOODSIDE AVENUE
HIGH MOUNTAIN ROAD
FRANKLIN AVENUE MS
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 1
LEWIS F COLE MS
THE ANNEX
NUMBER 3
LINCOLN
WESTMORELAND
WARREN POINT
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
RADBURN
MEMORIAL MS
LYNCREST
JOHN A FORREST
HENRY B MILNES
UPPER SCHOOL
NORTHCLIFF
LINCOLN EARLY SCHOOL
J E DISMUS MS
DONALD A QUARLES
CLEVELAND
PATRICK M VILLANO
GRADES 6-8
30- 38
30- 38
40
40
40
40
45
45
45
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
35
45
45
45
MISSING
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3.5
3
3.5
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
45
40
40
40
40
42
45
45
40
40
MISSING
4
4
4
36
36
36
36
1
1
1
2.5- 5
4
4
36
3
18-36
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
5
2
1
1
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
36
36
36
36
MISSING
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
5
2- 5
2- 5
2
3.5
MISSING
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
33
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
HAWORTH BORO
HILLSDALE BORO
HILLSDALE BORO
HILLSDALE BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BORO
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BORO
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
HARRINGTON PARK BORO
HACKENSACK CITY
BERGEN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS BORO
GLEN ROCK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
GLEN ROCK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
GLEN ROCK BORO
BERGEN
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
GLEN ROCK BORO
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
GARFIELD CITY
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
GLEN ROCK BORO
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
GARFIELD CITY
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
MEADOWBROOK
GEORGE G WHITE
ANN BLANCHE SMITH
HAWORTH
LINCOLN
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS MS
EUCLID
HARRINGTON PARK
NELLIE K PARKER
MIDDLE SCHOOL
JACKSON AVENUE
FANNY M HILLERS
FAIRMOUNT
5-6 SCHOOL
RICHARD E BYRD
GLEN ROCK MS
CLARA E COLEMAN
CENTRAL
ALEXANDER HAMILTON SCHOOL
WOODROW WILSON
WASHINGTON IRVING
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
SCHOOL NUMBER 10
ROOSEVELT
LINCOLN
COLUMBUS
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
20
40
20
43
45
45
48
90
90
90
60
36- 72
36- 72
36- 72
36- 72
42
42
42
42
MISSING
42
2
2
2
1- 2
1
1
1- 2
5
5
5
2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
MISSING
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
40
43
43
48
60
60
42
42
42
42
42
42
MISSING
42
2- 5
3- 5
5
2- 5
2
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
MISSING
1
36
36
9-36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
3
1
2
3
4
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
6
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
34
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
LYNDHURST TWP
LYNDHURST TWP
LYNDHURST TWP
LYNDHURST TWP
MAHWAH TWP
MAHWAH TWP
MAHWAH TWP
MAHWAH TWP
MAHWAH TWP
MAYWOOD BORO
MAYWOOD BORO
MIDLAND PARK BORO
MIDLAND PARK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
LODI BOROUGH
BERGEN
LYNDHURST TWP
LODI BOROUGH
BERGEN
BERGEN
LODI BOROUGH
BERGEN
LODI BOROUGH
LODI BOROUGH
BERGEN
LYNDHURST TWP
LODI BOROUGH
BERGEN
BERGEN
LITTLE FERRY BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
LEONIA BORO
LITTLE FERRY BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
LEONIA BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
HO HO KUS BORO
COUNTY
MIDLAND PARK HS
HIGHLAND AVENUE
MEMORIAL
MAYWOOD AVENUE
RAMAPO RIDGE
LENAPE MEADOWS
JOYCE KILMER
GEORGE WASHINGTON
BETSY ROSS
WASHINGTON
ROOSEVELT
LINCOLN
JEFFERSON
FRANKLIN
COLUMBUS
WILSON
WASHINGTON
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
ROOSEVELT
HILLTOP
COLUMBUS
WASHINGTON
MEMORIAL
LEONIA MS
ANNA C SCOTT
HO-HO-KUS
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
24
35
0- 42
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
35
35
35
35
35
MISSING
30
45
20- 40
1- 2
1
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
MISSING
1
1
1- 2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
48
42
45
40
40
40
40
40
44
30- 50
45
53
5
5
5
1- 5
1- 5
1
1- 5
1- 5
5
1- 4
5
2- 4
36
9
9-36
36
36
36
36
36
10-36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
4
1
1
1
7
2
3
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
35
MOONACHIE BORO
NEW MILFORD BORO
NEW MILFORD BORO
NEW MILFORD BORO
NORTH ARLINGTON BORO
NORTH ARLINGTON BORO
NORTH ARLINGTON BORO
NORTH ARLINGTON BORO
NORTHVALE BORO
NORTHVALE BORO
NORWOOD BORO
OAKLAND BORO
OAKLAND BORO
OAKLAND BORO
OAKLAND BORO
OLD TAPPAN BORO
OLD TAPPAN BORO
ORADELL BORO
PALISADES PARK
PALISADES PARK
PARAMUS BORO
PARAMUS BORO
PARAMUS BORO
PARAMUS BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
MONTVALE BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
MONTVALE BORO
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
PARKWAY
MIDLAND SCHOOL
MEMORIAL
EAST BROOK MS
PALISADES PARK JR-SR HS
LINDBERGH
ORADELL
T BALDWIN DEMAREST
CHARLES DEWOLF
VALLEY MS
MANITO
HEIGHTS
DOGWOOD HILL
NORWOOD
THOMAS JEFFERSON
NATHAN HALE
WASHINGTON
ROOSEVELT
NORTH ARLINGTON MS
JEFFERSON
DAVID E OWENS MS
BERTRAM F GIBBS
BERKLEY STREET
ROBERT L CRAIG
MEMORIAL
FIELDSTONE MS
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
MISSING
20- 84
30
30- 45
43
20
20
20
30- 45
30- 50
50
20- 30
15- 30
30
45
45
44
40
40
1
1
1
MISSING
1- 4
1- 2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1- 2
1
1- 2
2- 4
1
1
1
2
1- 2
5
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
80
84
30
43
22- 44
45
45
0- 45
42
44
40
MISSING
5
2
2
3- 5
5
2- 5
2- 5
2.5- 5
3- 5
2- 5
5
MISSING
18
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
8-36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
4
1
2
3
4
2
1
2
2
1
2
4
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
SOME REPORTED
2
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
2
2
ALL
2
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
PARAMUS BORO
PARK RIDGE BORO
PARK RIDGE BORO
PARK RIDGE BORO
RAMSEY BORO
RAMSEY BORO
RAMSEY BORO
RAMSEY BORO
RIDGEFIELD BORO
RIDGEFIELD BORO
RIDGEFIELD BORO
RIDGEFIELD PARK TWP
RIDGEFIELD PARK TWP
RIDGEFIELD PARK TWP
RIDGEFIELD PARK TWP
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIDGEWOOD VILLAGE
RIVER DELL REGIONAL
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
PARAMUS BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
PARAMUS BORO
COUNTY
RIVER DELL MS RIVER EDGE
WILLARD
TRAVELL
SOMERVILLE
RIDGE
ORCHARD
HAWES
GEORGE WASHINGTON MS
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MS
ROOSEVELT
RIDGEFIELD PARK JR-SR HS
LINCOLN ES
GRANT
SLOCUM/SKEWES SCHOOL
SHALER SCHOOL
BERGEN BLVD SCHOOL
WESLEY D TISDALE
MARY A HUBBARD
JOHN Y DATER
ERIC S SMITH
WEST RIDGE
PARK RIDGE HS
EAST BROOK
WEST BROOK MS
STONY LANE
RIDGE RANCH
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
30- 35
30- 40
20- 30
30- 35
20- 30
30- 35
40
40
40
30- 40
20
20
37
37
MISSING
40
40
1- 2
1- 2
2
1- 2
2
1- 2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
MISSING
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
27
27
27
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
42
34- 42
30- 42
40
40
40
40
40- 45
40
37
44
37
MISSING
ALL
36
5
36
ALL
4
36
5
5
ALL
4
27
2
3
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
36
9
27
5
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
2
3
5
SOME REPORTED
9-36
5
SOME REPORTED
ALL
27
36
2
7
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
2
36
5
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
36
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1- 5
MISSING
MISSING
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
37
RUTHERFORD BORO
RUTHERFORD BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
TENAFLY BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
TEANECK TWP
BERGEN
TENAFLY BORO
TEANECK TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
TEANECK TWP
BERGEN
TEANECK TWP
TEANECK TWP
BERGEN
TENAFLY BORO
TEANECK TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
SOUTH HACKENSACK TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
SADDLE BROOK TWP
SADDLE RIVER BORO
BERGEN
SADDLE BROOK TWP
RUTHERFORD BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
RUTHERFORD BORO
BERGEN
SADDLE BROOK TWP
ROCHELLE PARK TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
RIVER VALE TWP
BERGEN
RUTHERFORD BORO
RIVER VALE TWP
BERGEN
SADDLE BROOK TWP
RIVER VALE TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
RIVER EDGE BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
RIVER EDGE BORO
COUNTY
RALPH S MAUGHAM
MALCOLM S MACKAY
J SPENCER SMITH
WHITTIER
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
LOWELL
HAWTHORNE
BRYANT
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MS
MEMORIAL
WANDELL
SADDLE BROOK HS
LONG MEMORIAL
HELEN I SMITH
FRANKLIN
WASHINGTON
UNION
SYLVAN
PIERREPONT
LINCOLN
MIDLAND NUMBER 1
WOODSIDE
ROBERGE
HOLDRUM
ROOSEVELT
CHERRY HILL
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
40
55
40
40
55
45
28- 47
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
20
20
15- 30
15- 30
2- 3
2- 3
2- 3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1-2.5
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2
2.5
2.5
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
55
55
45
40
30
30
30
42
42
40
43
30
30
1- 5
1- 5
2
5
2
2
2
5
5
5
2.5
2
2
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
SOME REPORTED
2
1
3
2
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
5
SOME REPORTED
2
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
3
1
1
1
4
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
38
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
WOOD RIDGE BORO
WOODCLIFF LAKE BORO
WYCKOFF TWP
WYCKOFF TWP
WYCKOFF TWP
WYCKOFF TWP
WYCKOFF TWP
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
BERGEN
WOOD RIDGE BORO
BERGEN
WOODCLIFF LAKE BORO
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
BERGEN
BERGEN
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
BERGEN
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
WALLINGTON BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
WALLINGTON BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
WALDWICK BORO
BERGEN
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
WALDWICK BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
WALDWICK BORO
BERGEN
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
UPPER SADDLE RIVER BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
UPPER SADDLE RIVER BORO
BERGEN
WALLINGTON BORO
UPPER SADDLE RIVER BORO
BERGEN
WESTWOOD REGIONAL
TENAFLY BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
TENAFLY BORO
BERGEN
BERGEN
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SICOMAC
GEORGE WASHINGTON
DWIGHT D EISENHOWER MS
CALVIN COOLIDGE
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
WOODCLIFF MS
DORCHESTER
GRETA OSTROVSKY MS
CATHERINE E DOYLE
WESTWOOD JUNIOR/SENIOR HS
WASHINGTON
KETLER
JESSIE F GEORGE
BROOKSIDE
BERKELEY AVENUE
WALLINGTON JR-SR HS
JEFFERSON
FRANK W GAVLAK
WALDWICK HS
JULIA A TRAPHAGEN
CRESCENT
ROBERT D REYNOLDS
EMIL A CAVALLINI
EDITH A BOGERT
WALTER STILLMAN
TENAFLY MS
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
25
25
25
25
40
20- 30
40
40
40
40
40
30
30
30
30
20- 45
20- 30
2
2
2
2
1- 2
1.5- 2
1
1
1
2
1
0.5- 1
0.5- 1
1- 2
1- 2
2-2.5
2- 3
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
45
43
50
43
40
42
30
44
30
30
42
22- 44
2.5- 5
2.5
5
5
2
36
36
36
36
36
2
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
ALL
2
SOME REPORTED
2
ALL
ALL
2
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
2
10
1
2
36
0.5
9-36
36
5
5
ALL
36
2
ALL
ALL
5
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
3
SOME REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
2
5
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
36
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
2- 5
5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
39
DELRAN TWP
EASTAMPTON TWP
EASTAMPTON TWP
EDGEWATER PARK TWP
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
DELRAN TWP
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
DELRAN TWP
BURLINGTON TWP
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON TWP
BURLINGTON
DELANCO TWP
BURLINGTON TWP
BURLINGTON
DELANCO TWP
BURLINGTON TWP
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON CITY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON CITY
BURLINGTON
CINNAMINSON TWP
BURLINGTON CITY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON CITY
BURLINGTON
CINNAMINSON TWP
BURLINGTON CITY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BORDENTOWN REGIONAL
BURLINGTON
CHESTERFIELD TWP
BORDENTOWN REGIONAL
BURLINGTON
CINNAMINSON TWP
BORDENTOWN REGIONAL
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BEVERLY CITY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
DISTRICT NAME
BASS RIVER TWP
COUNTY
BURLINGTON
SCHOOL NAME
MAGOWAN
EASTAMPTON MS
EASTAMPTON ES
MILLBRIDGE
DELRAN MS
DELRAN INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
WALNUT STREET
PEARSON SCHOOL
NEW ALBANY
ELEANOR RUSH INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
CINNAMINSON MS
CHESTERFIELD
THOMAS O HOPKINS MS
SPRINGSIDE
FOUNTAIN WOODS ES
B BERNICE YOUNG ES
WILBUR WATTS INTERMEDIATE
SAMUEL SMITH
ELIAS BOUDINOT
CAPTAIN JAMES LAWRENCE
BURLINGTON CITY HS
PETER MUSCHAL
MAC FARLAND JR HS
CLARA BARTON
BEVERLY SCHOOL
BASS RIVER TOWNSHIP ES
GRADES 6-8
45
40
40
30
25
40
35
44
30
40
40
40
25
45
45
45
30
0.5- 1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
1
9-36
36
36
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
40
41
40
44
30
45
40
25
42
80
30
5
5
1
1
2
2.5
1
5
5
5
1
18-36
6-36
36
36
36
18
36
9
6- 8
18
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
2
1
1
4
1
3
2
5
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
40
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
EDGEWATER PARK TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
EVESHAM TWP
FLORENCE TWP
FLORENCE TWP
FLORENCE TWP
HAINESPORT TWP
LUMBERTON TWP
LUMBERTON TWP
LUMBERTON TWP
LUMBERTON TWP
MANSFIELD TWP
MANSFIELD TWP
MAPLE SHADE TWP
MAPLE SHADE TWP
MAPLE SHADE TWP
MAPLE SHADE TWP
MEDFORD LAKES BORO
MEDFORD LAKES BORO
COUNTY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
SCHOOL NAME
NOKOMIS
NEETA SCHOOL
RALPH J STEINHAUER ES
MAUDE M WILKINS
MAPLE SHADE HS
HOWARD R YOCUM SCHOOL
MANSFIELD TOWNSHIP ES
JOHN HYDOCK ES
LUMBERTON MS
F L WALTHER
BOBBY'S RUN SCHOOL
ASHBROOK ES
HAINESPORT
NUMBER 5 ROEBLING
MARCELLA L DUFFY
FLORENCE TOWNSHIP MS
ROBERT B JAGGARD SCHOOL
RICHARD L RICE SCHOOL
MARLTON MS
MARLTON ES
J HAROLD VAN ZANT
H L BEELER
FRANCES DEMASI MS
FRANCES DEMASI ES
FLORENCE V EVANS
SAMUEL M RIDGWAY SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
20
20- 30
40
40
10- 20
40
30
30
48
48
20
15- 30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
52
1
2
2
2
3- 5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
30
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
5
22- 42
40
MISSING
48
45
49
49
52
5
2
MISSING
5
4
2
2
2.5
9
36
MISSING
18-36
9
36
36
7
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
4
2
1
3
2
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
3
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
41
DISTRICT NAME
MEDFORD TWP
MEDFORD TWP
MEDFORD TWP
MEDFORD TWP
MEDFORD TWP
MOORESTOWN TWP
MOORESTOWN TWP
MOORESTOWN TWP
MOORESTOWN TWP
MOORESTOWN TWP
MOUNT HOLLY TWP
MOUNT HOLLY TWP
MOUNT HOLLY TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
MOUNT LAUREL TWP
NEW HANOVER TWP
NORTH HANOVER TWP
NORTH HANOVER TWP
NORTH HANOVER TWP
NORTH HANOVER TWP
COUNTY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
SCHOOL NAME
COLUMBIA
CLARENCE B LAMB
CHALLENGER
ATLANTIS SCHOOL
NEW HANOVER TOWNSHIP
T E HARRINGTON MS
SPRINGVILLE SCHOOL
PARKWAY
LARCHMONT SCHOOL
HILLSIDE
HARTFORD SCHOOL
FLEETWOOD
COUNTRYSIDE
JOHN BRAINERD
GERTRUDE FOLWELL
F W HOLBEIN
SOUTH VALLEY
MOORESTOWN UPPER ES
MIDDLE SCHOOL
MARY E ROBERTS
GEORGE C BAKER
TAUNTON FORGE
MILTON H ALLEN
MEDFORD TOWNSHIP MEMORIAL
MAURICE & EVERETT HAINES
CRANBERRY PINES
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30- 45
30
30
30
30
40
30
30
35
35
42
46
35
20- 30
35- 45
35- 45
2
2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1- 2
1
1
36
36
36
18
18
18
18
10
18
18
36
36
9
36
36
36
18-36
18-36
45
40
40
42
46
46
55
36
36
3
10
2- 3
5
9-36
1
1
2
2
2
1
36
1
5
4
NONE REPORTED
1
ALL
1
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
2
36
18
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
5
2.5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
42
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
NORTH HANOVER TWP
NORTHERN BURLINGTON REG
PALMYRA BORO
PALMYRA BORO
PEMBERTON BOROUGH
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
PEMBERTON TWP
RIVERSIDE TWP
RIVERSIDE TWP
RIVERTON
SHAMONG TWP
SHAMONG TWP
SOUTHAMPTON TWP
SOUTHAMPTON TWP
SOUTHAMPTON TWP
SPRINGFIELD TWP
TABERNACLE TWP
TABERNACLE TWP
COUNTY
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
TABERNACLE MS
TABERNACLE ES
SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP
SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 3
SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 2
SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 1
INDIAN MILLS MEMORIAL SCHOOL
INDIAN MILLS
RIVERTON
RIVERSIDE MS
RIVERSIDE ES
SAMUEL T BUSANSKY
MARCUS W NEWCOMB
JOSEPH S STACKHOUSE
ISAIAH HAINES SCHOOL
HOWARD L EMMONS
HELEN A FORT MS
HARKER WYLIE
FORT DIX
ALEXANDER DENBO
ALETTA CRICHTON
PEMBERTON BOROUGH
PALMYRA HS
CHARLES STREET
N BURLINGTON CTY REG JR HS
DISCOVERY
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
47
30- 40
30
MISSING
44
20- 40
15- 45
40
20
40
20
20- 40
MISSING
20
20- 40
20- 40
20
40
40
30
2.5
1
1
MISSING
1
1- 3
1- 5
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1- 2
1- 2
2
1
1
2
9
36
9
MISSING
36
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
36
18-36
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18
18
36
36
36
47
30
MISSING
44
45
40
40
42
40
40
40
41
2.5
1
MISSING
1
2- 3
5
1
5
1
5
1
2.5- 5
9
18
MISSING
36
36
9
36
9-36
36
12
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
43
WESTAMPTON
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WILLINGBORO TWP
WOODLAND TWP
AUDUBON BORO
AUDUBON BORO
AUDUBON BORO
BARRINGTON BORO
BARRINGTON BORO
BELLMAWR BORO
BELLMAWR BORO
BELLMAWR BORO
BERLIN BORO
BERLIN TWP
BERLIN TWP
BROOKLAWN BORO
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
WESTAMPTON
BURLINGTON
BURLINGTON
DISTRICT NAME
WASHINGTON TWP
COUNTY
BURLINGTON
ALICE COSTELLO
JOHN F KENNEDY MEMORIAL
DWIGHT EISENHOWER MS
BERLIN COMMUNITY
ETHEL M BURKE
BELLMAWR PARK
BELL OAKS
WOODLAND
AVON
MANSION AVENUE
HAVILAND AVENUE
AUDUBON HS
CHATSWORTH
WILLINGBORO MEMORIAL SCHOOL
W R JAMES SR ES
TWIN HILLS ES
S W BOOKBINDER ES
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR ES
LEVITT MS
J C STUART ES
J A MCGINLEY ES
HAWTHORNE PARK ES
GARFIELD EAST ES
WESTAMPTON MS
HOLLY HILLS ES
GREEN BANK
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
50
30
40
15
30
30
45
42
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
45
0- 45
30
10- 20
15- 30
1
1
1
2- 3
1
1
5
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2.5
1
1- 5
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
7
12
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
1- 9
50
40
42
45
42
35
35
MISSING
42
42
30- 50
30
1
1
5
5
2- 4
2
2
MISSING
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
2.5
1
36
36
36
7
12-36
36
36
MISSING
18-36
9-18
36
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
44
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
CAMDEN CITY
COUNTY
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
YORKSHIP
WILSON
WHITTIER
WASHINGTON
VETERANS MEMORIAL MS
U S WIGGINS
SUMNER
SO CAMDEN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
SHARP
RILETTA CREAM ES
R C MOLINA ES
PYNE POYNT FAMILY SCHOOL
POWELL
PARKSIDE
MORGAN VILLAGE MS
MCGRAW
LANNING SQUARE
HATCH MS
FOREST HILL
EAST CAMDEN MS
DUDLEY
DAVIS ES
CRAMER
COOPERS POYNT
CATTO ES
BONSALL
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
45
45
42
45
MISSING
45
45
45
42
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
1
1
3
1- 2
MISSING
1
1
1
1
1
0.5
1
2
1- 4
1
1
36
36
9
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
22
36
18-36
42
50
42
45
45
45
45
3
2
1
0.5
2
2
3
9
18
36
36
36
9
22
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
45
DISTRICT NAME
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHERRY HILL TWP
CHESILHURST
CLEMENTON BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
COLLINGSWOOD BORO
GIBBSBORO BORO
GLOUCESTER CITY
GLOUCESTER CITY
COUNTY
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
SCHOOL NAME
GLOUCESTER CITY JR-SR HS
COLD SPRINGS SCHOOL
GIBBSBORO
ZANE NORTH
WILLIAM P TATEM
THOMAS SHARP
MARK NEWBIE
JAMES A GARFIELD
COLLINGSWOOD MS
CLEMENTON ES
SHIRLEY FOSTER ES
WOODCREST
THOMAS PAINE ES
ROSA INTERNATIONAL MS
RICHARD STOCKTON
KINGSTON
JOYCE KILMER
JOSEPH D SHARP
JOHN A CARUSI MS
JAMES JOHNSON
JAMES F COOPER
HORACE MANN
HENRY C BECK MS
CLARA BARTON
BRET HARTE
A RUSSELL KNIGHT
GRADES 6-8
40
40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
1
15- 23
40
30
30
30- 45
30
1
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1- 2
1
1
1
16
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
45
40
23- 35
50
50
50
MISSING
2.5- 4
4
3- 5
5
5
5
MISSING
18
36
12-36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
3
1
1
1
4
7
9
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
4
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
46
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
GLOUCESTER CITY
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
GLOUCESTER TWP
HADDON HEIGHTS BORO
HADDON HEIGHTS BORO
HADDON HEIGHTS BORO
HADDON HEIGHTS BORO
HADDON TWP
HADDON TWP
HADDON TWP
HADDON TWP
HADDON TWP
HADDON TWP
HADDONFIELD BORO
HADDONFIELD BORO
HADDONFIELD BORO
HADDONFIELD BORO
COUNTY
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
SCHOOL NAME
MIDDLE
J FITHIAN TATEM
ELIZABETH HADDON
CENTRAL
WILLIAM G ROHRER MS
VAN SCIVER
THOMAS A EDISON
STRAWBRIDGE
STOY
CLYDE S JENNINGS
SEVENTH AVENUE
HADDON HEIGHTS JR-SR HS
GLENVIEW AVENUE
ATLANTIC AVENUE
UNION VALLEY ES
LORING-FLEMMING
JAMES W LILLEY JR HS
GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP
GLENDORA
GLEN LANDING
ERIAL ES
CHEWS
CHARLES W LEWIS
BLACKWOOD
ANN A MULLEN MS
MARY E COSTELLO
GRADES 6-8
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
15
15
15
MISSING
15
15
15
15
42
1
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
3- 4
3- 4
3- 4
MISSING
3- 4
3- 4
3- 4
3- 4
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
50
43- 55
MISSING
50
50
50
42
3- 5
2.5- 5
MISSING
5
5
5
1
36
18-36
MISSING
7
7
6- 7
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
3
5
2
2
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
47
PENNSAUKEN TWP
PINE HILL BORO
PINE HILL BORO
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
RUNNEMEDE BORO
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
RUNNEMEDE BORO
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
PINE HILL BORO
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
RUNNEMEDE BORO
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
OAKLYN BORO
PENNSAUKEN TWP
CAMDEN
OAKLYN BORO
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
MOUNT EPHRAIM BORO
MAGNOLIA BORO
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
LINDENWOLD BORO
CAMDEN
MERCHANTVILLE BORO
LINDENWOLD BORO
CAMDEN
MOUNT EPHRAIM BORO
LINDENWOLD BORO
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
LAWNSIDE BORO
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
DISTRICT NAME
LAUREL SPRINGS BORO
COUNTY
CAMDEN
SCHOOL NAME
MARY E VOLZ
DOWNING
BINGHAM
PINE HILL MS
JOHN GLENN
ALBERT BEAN
ROOSEVELT
PENNSAUKEN INTERMEDIATE
LONGFELLOW
HOWARD M PHIFER MS
GEORGE B FINE
G H CARSON
DELAIR
CENTRAL
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
OAKLYN JUNIOR
OAKLYN ES
RAYMOND W KERSHAW
MARY BRAY
MERCHANTVILLE ES
MAGNOLIA
LINDENWOLD NUMBER 5
LINDENWOLD NUMBER 4
LINDENWOLD MS
LAWNSIDE PUBLIC
LAUREL SPRINGS
GRADES 6-8
SOME REPORTED
1
36
1
40
5
2
1
1
1
1
1- 5
1
35
35
42
15- 30
20- 30
20
2
25
25
2
25
42
2
25
2
2
25
25
2
25
9
1
ALL
36
36
2
ALL
9-36
45
ALL
36
ALL
1
36
42
SOME REPORTED
36
36
SOME REPORTED
36
1
ALL
8
SOME REPORTED
5
8
36
SOME REPORTED
36
42
SOME REPORTED
36
ALL
SOME REPORTED
36
2
SOME REPORTED
36
SOME REPORTED
1
36
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
5
MISSING
36
41
MISSING
1
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
36
ALL
2
30
36
2
ALL
30
36
ALL
2-3.5
36
2
30
40
24-36
1
20- 40
1
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
9-36
1
5
4
40
5
36
1
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
5
9
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
40
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
40
45
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
48
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 6
WOODLYNNE
STRATFORD BORO
STRATFORD BORO
VOORHEES TWP
VOORHEES TWP
VOORHEES TWP
VOORHEES TWP
VOORHEES TWP
WATERFORD TWP
WATERFORD TWP
WATERFORD TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WINSLOW TWP
WOODLYNNE BORO
AVALON BORO
CAPE MAY CITY
DENNIS TWP
LOWER CAPE MAY REGIONAL
LOWER TWP
LOWER TWP
LOWER TWP
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAMDEN
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
SCHOOL NAME
MEMORIAL SCHOOL
MAUD ABRAMS SCHOOL
CARL T MITNICK SCHOOL
RICHARD M TEITELMAN SCHOOL
DENNIS TOWNSHIP ES
CAPE MAY CITY ES
AVALON ES
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 5
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 4
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 3
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 2
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP SCHOOL NUMBER 1
WINSLOW TOWNSHIP MS
WATERFORD ES
THOMAS RICHARDS ES
ATCO
VOORHEES MS
SIGNAL HILL SCHOOL
OSAGE
KRESSON SCHOOL
EDWARD T HAMILTON
SAMUEL S YELLIN
PARKVIEW
SOMERDALE PARK
DISTRICT NAME
SOMERDALE BORO
COUNTY
CAMDEN
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
30
20
20- 40
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
46
40
15- 30
2
2
2
1
2
2- 3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1- 2
1- 3
1- 3
1- 3
1- 3
1
1- 2
0.5- 1
36
36
36
36
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9-36
9-36
9-36
9-36
12
36
36
43
25- 30
20
40
38
30
42
46
45
5
1- 4
2
2- 5
5
2
5
1- 2
2-2.5
6
36
30
36
36
36
9-18
12-18
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
9
6
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
49
COMMERCIAL TWP
DEERFIELD TWP
CUMBERLAND
BRIDGETON CITY
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
BRIDGETON CITY
CUMBERLAND
BRIDGETON CITY
BRIDGETON CITY
CUMBERLAND
COMMERCIAL TWP
BRIDGETON CITY
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
BRIDGETON CITY
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
WOODBINE BORO
CAPE MAY
WILDWOOD CITY
CAPE MAY
WILDWOOD CITY
WEST CAPE MAY BORO
CAPE MAY
WILDWOOD CREST BORO
UPPER TWP
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
UPPER TWP
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
UPPER TWP
CAPE MAY
OCEAN CITY
CAPE MAY
STONE HARBOR BORO
NORTH WILDWOOD CITY
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
MIDDLE TWP
CAPE MAY
OCEAN CITY
MIDDLE TWP
CAPE MAY
SEA ISLE CITY
MIDDLE TWP
CAPE MAY
CAPE MAY
LOWER TWP
CAPE MAY
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
CAPE MAY
SCHOOL NAME
DEERFIELD
PORT NORRIS
HALEYVILLE-MAURICETOWN
WEST AVENUE
QUARTER MILE LANE
INDIAN AVENUE
CHERRY STREET
BUCKSHUTEM ROAD
BROAD STREET ES
WOODBINE ES
CREST MEMORIAL
WILDWOOD MS
GLENWOOD AVENUE ES
WEST CAPE MAY ES
UPPER TOWNSHIP MS
UPPER TOWNSHIP PRIMARY SCHOOL
UPPER TOWNSHIP ES
STONE HARBOR ES
SEA ISLE ES
PRIMARY
INTERMEDIATE
MARGARET MACE ES
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ES 4
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ES 2
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ES 1
SANDMAN CONSOLIDATED
GRADES 6-8
40
30- 40
20
20
20
20
20
20
40
MISSING
30
40
40
30- 40
45
30
30
40
30
30
30
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
MISSING
2
2
2
1
1- 2
2
2
1- 5
1
1
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9-27
18
18
36
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
MISSING
30
20- 40
40
45
30- 40
40
45
30
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
3- 5
MISSING
2
2.5- 5
1
3
5
1- 5
5
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
9-36
9-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
4
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
50
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
FAIRFIELD TWP
GREENWICH TWP
HOPEWELL TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
MAURICE RIVER TWP
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
MILLVILLE CITY
SHILOH BORO
STOW CREEK TWP
UPPER DEERFIELD TWP
UPPER DEERFIELD TWP
UPPER DEERFIELD TWP
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
FAIRFIELD TWP
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
DOWNE TWP
CUMBERLAND
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
CUMBERLAND
SCHOOL NAME
DR WILLIAM MENNIES
D'IPPOLITO INTERMEDIATE
DANE BARSE
CUNNINGHAM
BUTLER AVENUE
ANTHONY ROSSI INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
WOODRUFF SCHOOL
ELIZABETH F MOORE SCHOOL
CHARLES F SEABROOK SCHOOL
STOW CREEK TOWNSHIP
SHILOH
SILVER RUN SCHOOL
RIECK AVENUE
R D WOOD
MOUNT PLEASANT
MEMORIAL HS
LAKESIDE MS
HOLLY HEIGHTS
BACON ES
MAURICE RIVER TOWNSHIP
MYRON L POWELL
HOPEWELL CREST
MORRIS GOODWIN
FAIRFIELD T PRIMARY FAIRTON
FAIRFIELD T MIDDLE GOULDT
DOWNE TOWNSHIP ES
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
40
40
45
40
10- 20
20- 40
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 40
40- 48
45
MISSING
30
40
40
1
5
1
1
1
5
2
3
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 5
1
MISSING
3
5
1
36
4
36
36
36
6
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
6-36
36
MISSING
36
10
36
40
45
45
40
42
48
45
MISSING
40
40
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
MISSING
5
1
4- 6
6
9
36
18
6
36
MISSING
10
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
7
3
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
51
DISTRICT NAME
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
VINELAND CITY
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BELLEVILLE TOWN
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
BLOOMFIELD TWP
COUNTY
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
CUMBERLAND
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
SCHOOL NAME
WATSESSING
OAK VIEW
FRANKLIN
FAIRVIEW
DEMAREST
CARTERET
BROOKDALE
BLOOMFIELD MS
BERKELEY
NUMBER 9
NUMBER 8
NUMBER 7
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
NUMBER 10
BELLEVILLE MS
VETERANS MEMORIAL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
SOUTH VINELAND
OAK AND MAIN
MAX LEUCHTER
MAURICE FELS
MARIE DURAND
LANDIS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
JOHNSTONE
JOHN H WINSLOW
GRADES 6-8
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
3
36
36
36
36
3
36
36
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
42
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
30
42
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
MISSING
5
40
MISSING
40
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
36
36
36
ALL
18
36
ALL
36
ALL
ALL
36
36
ALL
36
ALL
ALL
36
36
ALL
36
ALL
ALL
36
4
ALL
36
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
36
2
1
1
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
36
18
3- 5
MISSING
3- 5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
52
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL
CALDWELL-WEST CALDWELL
CEDAR GROVE TWP
CEDAR GROVE TWP
CEDAR GROVE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
CITY OF ORANGE TWP
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
EAST ORANGE
COUNTY
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
SCHOOL NAME
JOHN L COSTLEY MS
J GARFIELD JACKSON SR ACADEMY
GORDON PARKS ACADEMY
G WASHINGTON CARVER INSTITUTE
FOURTH AVENUE SCHOOL
ECOLE T LOVERTURE SCHOOL
DR JOHN HOWARD JR HS U-S-E
DIONNE WARWICK INSTITUTE
CICELY TYSON SCHOOL-PER ARTS
ALTHEA GIBSON E C E ACADEMY
PARK AVENUE
ORANGE MS
OAKWOOD AVENUE
LINCOLN AVENUE
HEYWOOD AVENUE
FOREST STREET
CLEVELAND STREET
CENTRAL
SOUTH END
NORTH END
MEMORIAL MS
WILSON
WASHINGTON
LINCOLN
JEFFERSON
GROVER CLEVELAND MS
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
40
40
42
40
40
45
40
45
40- 45
40
40
40
25
25
45
30
30
30
30
43
9
2
36
1- 2
5
1
36
2
45
SOME REPORTED
1
36
1
36
36
1- 2
2
ALL
1
36
1- 2
40
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
2
2
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
36
18
1
2
1
5
1
1
36
2.5
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
1
45
1
2
2
2
2
1- 5
18
40
36
2
1
4- 5
45
36
2
45
40
36
2
36
40
36
2
1- 2
2
40
35-36
2
SOME REPORTED
ALL
40
36
2
4
ALL
36
1
36
ALL
36
1
2
ALL
1
36
1
9-36
SOME REPORTED
36
2
1- 5
SOME REPORTED
36
45
SOME REPORTED
36
2
ALL
2
2
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
18-36
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
5
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
45
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
53
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX FELLS BORO
FAIRFIELD TWP
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
GLEN RIDGE BORO
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
IRVINGTON TOWNSHIP
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
GLEN RIDGE BORO
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
ESSEX
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
GLEN RIDGE BORO
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
ESSEX
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
FAIRFIELD TWP
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
GLEN RIDGE BORO
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
ESSEX
EAST ORANGE
ESSEX
ESSEX
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
UNIVERSITY SIX SCHOOL
UNIVERSITY MS
UNION AVENUE
THURGOOD G MARSHALL
MT VERNON AVENUE
MADISON AVENUE
GROVE STREET
FLORENCE AVENUE
CHANCELLOR AVENUE
BERKELEY TERRACE
AUGUSTA STREET
RIDGEWOOD AVENUE SCHOOL
LINDEN AVENUE
GLEN RIDGE HS
FOREST AVENUE SCHOOL
WINSTON CHURCHILL
ADLAI E STEVENSON
ESSEX FELLS
WHITNEY E HOUSTON ACADEMY
WASHINGTON ACADEMY
WAHLSTROM EARLY CHLD ACADEMY
SOJOURNER TRUTH MS
PATRICK F HEALY MS
M B GARVIN MICROSOCIETY SCHOOL
LANGSTON HUGHES SCHOOL
JOHNNIE L COCHRAN JR HS ACADEMY
GRADES 6-8
42
47
45
5- 20
45
42
42
40
MISSING
30
25- 40
30
40
45
40
40
1
3- 5
1
1- 5
1
3- 5
1
1
MISSING
1
1- 2
1
1- 2
1
2
1- 2
36
36
36
5-36
36
12
MISSING
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
5
2.5- 5
5
43
43
MISSING
5
45
MISSING
42
1
1
30
30
1- 2
5
40
40
5
45
9
18
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
10
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
2
1
2
5
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
54
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
LIVINGSTON TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MILLBURN TWP
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
MONTCLAIR TOWN
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
COUNTY
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
SCHOOL NAME
ALEXANDER STREET
ABINGTON AVENUE
WATCHUNG
RENAISSANCE MS
RAND SCHOOL
NORTHEAST
NISHUANE
MT HEBRON MS
HILLSIDE
GLENFIELD MS
EDGEMONT
BRADFORD
WYOMING
SOUTH MOUNTAIN ES
MILLBURN MS
HARTSHORN
GLENWOOD
DEERFIELD
RIKER HILL
MT PLEASANT MS
MT PLEASANT
HILLSIDE
HERITAGE MS
HARRISON
COLLINS
BURNET HILL SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
50
50
30- 35
30
40
40
45
30- 45
30- 60
20
20
20
20
20
40
40
40
40
40
40
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
2
3
1- 2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
50
50
80
40
41
42
42
1.5- 2
2- 4
2.5
4- 5
5
2.5
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
4
2
7
1
1
9
1
1
2
7
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
55
DISTRICT NAME
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
COUNTY
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
HAROLD WILSON
GLADYS HILLMAN-JONES SCHOOL
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER
FRANKLIN
FOURTEENTH AVENUE
FIRST AVENUE
FIFTEENTH AVENUE
ELLIOTT STREET
EIGHTEENTH AVENUE
DR WILLIAM H HORTON
DR E ALMA FLAGG
DAYTON STREET
CLINTON AVENUE
CLEVELAND
CHANCELLOR AVENUE ANNEX
CHANCELLOR AVENUE
CAMDEN STREET
CAMDEN MS
BURNET STREET
BROADWAY
BRANCH BROOK
BRAGAW AVENUE
BOYLAN EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
BELMONT RUNYON
AVON AVENUE
ANN STREET
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
50
40- 50
50
40
50
50-100
50
50
MISSING
50
50
50
50
50
30
50
25
50
60
30
25
50
9-36
36
36
36
9-36
36
2
1
1- 2
1
2- 4
2
36
1
36
2
36
36
1
36
36
1
1
27
1.5
1- 2
36
36
36
1
1- 4
1
36
2
1
2
55
50
1
40
1
50
1
1
50
2
50
1
MISSING
50
1.5
36
2
50
ALL
36
15
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
12-18
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
ALL
18-36
1
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1- 4
36
2
25
ALL
36
2
2
36
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
50
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
56
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
COUNTY
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
SCHOOL NAME
SPEEDWAY AVENUE
SOUTH STREET
SOUTH SEVENTEENTH STREET
ROSEVILLE AVENUE SCHOOL
ROBERTO CLEMENTE
RIDGE STREET
RENAISSANCE ACADEMY
RAFAEL HERNANDEZ SCHOOL
QUITMAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
PESHINE AVENUE
OLIVER STREET
NEWTON STREET
MT VERNON
MORTON STREET
MILLER STREET
MCKINLEY
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR HS
MAPLE AVENUE SCHOOL
MADISON ES
LUIS MUNOZ MARIN MS
LOUISE A SPENCER
LINCOLN
LAFAYETTE STREET
HAWTHORNE AVENUE
HAWKINS STREET
HARRIET TUBMAN
GRADES 6-8
50
30
50
50
50
45
50
50
50
50
50
50
65
50
50
45
25- 45
55
50
50
50
40- 50
50
50
2
2
1
2
1-1.5
2
1-1.5
1
1
1
1- 2
1
1
1
1- 5
2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1-1.5
1- 2
1-2.5
1- 3
1- 2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
18
36
9-36
36
18
18-36
50
50
50
50
50
65
50
45
50
0- 50
50
50
50
MISSING
1
36
1
1
1
2
36
1
36
1
36
1.5
1
36
1
1
36
1
1
1
1
36
36
1
1
ALL
18
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
36
NONE REPORTED
1
1
18
2
ALL
SOME REPORTED
36
2
1
SOME REPORTED
18
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
MISSING
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
MISSING
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
57
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
SOUTH ORANGE-MAPLEWOOD
VERONA BORO
VERONA BORO
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
ESSEX
NUTLEY TOWN
ESSEX
NUTLEY TOWN
NUTLEY TOWN
ESSEX
ROSELAND BORO
NUTLEY TOWN
ESSEX
ESSEX
NUTLEY TOWN
ESSEX
ESSEX
NUTLEY TOWN
ESSEX
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
NORTH CALDWELL BORO
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
ESSEX
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
NEWARK CITY
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
NORTH CALDWELL BORO
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
ESSEX
NEWARK CITY
ESSEX
ESSEX
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
F N BROWN
BROOKDALE AVENUE
TUSCAN
SOUTH ORANGE MS
SOUTH MOUNTAIN/ANNEX
SETH BOYDEN
MARSHALL
MAPLEWOOD MS
JEFFERSON
CLINTON
LESTER C NOECKER
YANTACAW
WASHINGTON
SPRING GARDEN
RADCLIFFE
LINCOLN
FRANKLIN MS
GRANDVIEW SCHOOL
GOULD/MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
WILSON AVENUE
WILLIAM H BROWN ACADEMY
WARREN STREET
VAILSBURG MS
UNIVERSITY HS
THIRTEENTH AVENUE
SUSSEX AVENUE
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30- 45
30
30
30
30
30
20- 30
40
50
50
50
30- 50
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
2
1
1
2
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
36
60
60
45
30
30
30
30
30
42
40
55
35- 50
50
MISSING
50
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
2
1
1
2
MISSING
1
18-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
36
36
MISSING
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
4
1
5
1
2
1
1
2
3
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
58
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DEPTFORD TWP
DEPTFORD TWP
DEPTFORD TWP
DEPTFORD TWP
DEPTFORD TWP
DEPTFORD TWP
EAST GREENWICH TWP
EAST GREENWICH TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
CLAYTON BORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
GLOUCESTER
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
DEPTFORD TWP
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
GLOUCESTER
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
DELSEA REGIONAL H.S DIST
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
GLOUCESTER
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
CLAYTON BORO
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
CLEARVIEW REGIONAL
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
GLOUCESTER
WEST ORANGE TOWN
ESSEX
GLOUCESTER
VERONA BORO
WEST ESSEX REGIONAL
VERONA BORO
ESSEX
ESSEX
VERONA BORO
ESSEX
ESSEX
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
SAMUEL MICKLE SCHOOL
JEFFREY CLARK SCHOOL
SHADY LANE
PINE ACRES EARLY CHILDHOOD
OAK VALLEY
MONONGAHELA MS
LAKE TRACT
GOOD INTENT
CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD
DELSEA REGIONAL MS
CLEARVIEW REG MS
HERMA S SIMMONS ES
CLAYTON MS
WASHINGTON
STREET CLOUD
ROOSEVELT MS
REDWOOD
PLEASANTDALE
MOUNT PLEASANT ES
HAZEL AVENUE
GREGORY
EDISON MS
WEST ESSEX JR HS
LANING AVENUE
HENRY B WHITEHORNE MS
FOREST AVENUE
GRADES 6-8
40
40
15- 38
15- 38
15- 38
15- 38
15- 38
15- 38
15- 38
30
42
30
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2.5
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
42
MISSING
42
42
45
47
42
42
2
5
MISSING
5
5
5
5
5
2.5- 5
36
36
MISSING
36
18-36
7-36
7-36
18-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
4
2
6
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
6
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
59
LOGAN TWP
MANTUA TWP
MANTUA TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
PAULSBORO BORO
LOGAN TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
KINGSWAY REGIONAL
GLOUCESTER
NATIONAL PARK BORO
HARRISON TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
HARRISON TWP
GLOUCESTER
MONROE TWP
GREENWICH TWP
GLOUCESTER
MONROE TWP
GREENWICH TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLASSBORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLASSBORO
GLOUCESTER
MONROE TWP
GLASSBORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLASSBORO
GLOUCESTER
MONROE TWP
GATEWAY REGIONAL
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
FRANKLIN TWP
GLOUCESTER
MANTUA TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
GLOUCESTER
MONROE TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
ELK TWP
GLOUCESTER
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
GLOUCESTER
BILLINGSPORT
NATIONAL PARK
WILLIAMSTOWN MS
WHITEHALL
RADIX ES
OAK KNOLL ES
HOLLY GLEN ES
SEWELL
J MASON TOMLIN
CENTRE CITY
LOGAN ES
CENTER SQUARE SCHOOL
KINGSWAY REG MS
PLEASANT VALLEY SCHOOL
HARRISON TOWNSHIP
NEHAUNSEY MS
GREENWICH TOWNSHIP
THOMAS E BOWE
J HARVEY RODGERS SCHOOL
GLASSBORO INTERMEDIATE
DOROTHY L BULLOCK SCHOOL
GATEWAY REG HS
MARY F JANVIER SCHOOL
MAIN ROAD SCHOOL
CAROLINE L REUTTER SCHOOL
AURA
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
43
20- 40
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
25- 40
20- 25
44
20- 30
43
45
40
MISSING
30
20- 25
25- 32
25- 30
30
0.5- 1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
2- 5
2
2
2- 3
2
2
1
MISSING
1
1- 3
2
2
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
6-36
36
30
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
43
35
45- 50
42
44
43
40
40
MISSING
50
25
30
2
5
1
5
5
2
2
1
5
MISSING
1
2
1
36
6-18
36
7-36
27-36
30
36
36
18
MISSING
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
4
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
8
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
60
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
SWEDESBORO-WOOLWICH
SWEDESBORO-WOOLWICH
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WENONAH BORO
WEST DEPTFORD TWP
WEST DEPTFORD TWP
WEST DEPTFORD TWP
WEST DEPTFORD TWP
WESTVILLE BORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
PITMAN BORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
PITMAN BORO
GLOUCESTER
SOUTH HARRISON TWP
PITMAN BORO
GLOUCESTER
SWEDESBORO-WOOLWICH
PITMAN BORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
PAULSBORO BORO
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
DISTRICT NAME
PAULSBORO BORO
COUNTY
GLOUCESTER
SCHOOL NAME
PARKVIEW
WEST DEPTFORD MS
RED BANK ES
OAKVIEW
GREEN FIELDS
WENONAH
WHITMAN
WEDGWOOD SCHOOL
THOMAS JEFFERSON ES
ORCHARD VALLEY MS
HURFFVILLE ES
GRENLOCH TERR EARLY CHILDHOOD
CHESTNUT RIDGE MS
BUNKER HILL MS
BIRCHES
BELLS
WALTER H HILL
MARGARET C CLIFFORD SCHOOL
GOV CHARLES C STRATTON
SOUTH HARRISON ES
W C K WALLS
PITMAN MS
MEMORIAL ES
ELWOOD KINDLE
PAULSBORO HS
LOUDENSLAGER
GRADES 6-8
45
45
30- 35
30- 35
30- 35
30- 45
40
40
40
40
20
40
40
44
44
20- 40
30- 40
30- 40
30- 40
45
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
5
0.5
1- 2
1
1
1
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
6
20
36
34
34
34
18
45
45
45
42
42
42
44
40
85
40
45
1
1- 5
1
5
5
5
5
1
2.5
5
5
36
36
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
6
36
7-36
36
18
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
1
4
5
5
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
61
DISTRICT NAME
WOODBURY CITY
WOODBURY CITY
WOODBURY CITY
WOODBURY CITY
WOODBURY HEIGHTS BORO
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
BAYONNE CITY
EAST NEWARK BORO
GUTTENBERG TOWN
HARRISON TOWN
HARRISON TOWN
HOBOKEN CITY
HOBOKEN CITY
HOBOKEN CITY
HOBOKEN CITY
HOBOKEN CITY
JERSEY CITY
COUNTY
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
SCHOOL NAME
ALEXANDER D SULLIVAN NUMBER 30
WALLACE NUMBER 6
THOMAS G CONNORS
SALVATORE R CALABRO NUMBER 4
JOSEPH F BRANDT NUMBER 2
A J DEMAREST
WASHINGTON NUMBER 1
LINCOLN NUMBER 3
ANNA L KLEIN
EAST NEWARK PUBLIC
WOODROW WILSON NUMBER 10
WASHINGTON NUMBER 9
PHILIP G VROOM NUMBER 2
NUMBER 3-WALTER F ROBINS
NUMBER 14
NUMBER 12-JOHN M BAILEY
MIDTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL
MARY J DONOHOE NUMBER 4
LINCOLN NUMBER 5
HORACE MANN NUMBER 6
HENRY E HARRIS NUMBER 1
WOODBURY HEIGHTS
WOODBURY JR-SR HS
WEST END MEMORIAL ES
WALNUT STREET
EVERGREEN AVENUE
GRADES 6-8
45
40
30
30
40
42
40- 45
20
20
20
20
35
20
20
20
20
20
20
25- 38
40
40
40
2
1- 4
3
2.5- 3
1
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
2- 3
1.5
1.5
1.5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
40
MISSING
42
45
20
20
20
20
35
20
20
20
20
20
20
38
42
3
5
2
1
1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
2
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
2
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9-36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
62
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
COUNTY
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
SCHOOL NAME
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 34
NUMBER 33
NUMBER 29
NUMBER 28
NUMBER 24
NUMBER 23
NUMBER 22
NUMBER 20
NUMBER 14
NUMBER 1
CONSTANCE P NICHOLS NUMBER 42
NICOLAS COPERNICUS NUMBER 25
MARTIN L KING JR HS NUMBER 11
KENNEDY NUMBER 9
JULIA A BARNES NUMBER 12
JOTHAM W WAKEMAN NUMBER 6
JOSEPH H BRENSINGER NUMBER 17
JAMES F MURRAY NUMBER 38
FRED W MARTIN NUMBER 41
FRANK R CONWELL NUMBER 3
EZRA L NOLAN NUMBER 40
DR CHARLES P DEFUCCIO NUMBER 39
CORNELIA F BRADFORD NUMBER 16
ANTHONY J INFANTE NUMBER 31
ALFRED E ZAMPELLA NUMBER 27
GRADES 6-8
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
0- 45
45
45
30- 45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2- 5
2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
9-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45- 54
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
2
2
2
2
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
5
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
1
1
3
1
3
2
1
2
3
2
2
1
3
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
6
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
63
DISTRICT NAME
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY CITY
KEARNY TOWN
KEARNY TOWN
KEARNY TOWN
KEARNY TOWN
KEARNY TOWN
KEARNY TOWN
NORTH BERGEN TWP
NORTH BERGEN TWP
NORTH BERGEN TWP
NORTH BERGEN TWP
NORTH BERGEN TWP
NORTH BERGEN TWP
SECAUCUS TOWN
SECAUCUS TOWN
SECAUCUS TOWN
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
COUNTY
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
ROOSEVELT
ROBERT WATERS
JEFFERSON
HUDSON
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS SCHOOL
SECAUCUS MS
HUBER STREET NUMBER 3
CLARENDON NUMBER 4
ROBERT FULTON NUMBER 2
MCKINLEY NUMBER 10
LINCOLN NUMBER 5
JOHN F KENNEDY NUMBER 7
HORACE MANN NUMBER 9
FRANKLIN NUMBER 3
WASHINGTON
SCHUYLER
ROOSEVELT
LINCOLN
GARFIELD
FRANKLIN
WHITNEY M YOUNG PRIMARY
WHITNEY M YOUNG MS
THE ACADEMY II
THE ACADEMY I
RAFAEL DE J CORDERO NUMBER 37
NUMBER 8
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
40
30- 40
30- 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
45
MISSING
45
45
2
2
2
2- 3
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
MISSING
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
40
40
42
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
0- 45
45
2
45- 80
45
2
2.5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1- 5
2
36
36
18
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
64
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
UNION CITY
WEEHAWKEN TWP
WEEHAWKEN TWP
WEEHAWKEN TWP
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
WEST NEW YORK TOWN
ALEXANDRIA TWP
ALEXANDRIA TWP
BETHLEHEM TWP
BETHLEHEM TWP
BLOOMSBURY BORO
CALIFON BORO
CLINTON TOWN
CLINTON TWP
CLINTON TWP
CLINTON TWP
DELAWARE TWP
EAST AMWELL TWP
COUNTY
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUDSON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
SCHOOL NAME
EAST AMWELL TOWNSHIP
DELAWARE TOWNSHIP NUMBER 1
SPRUCE RUN
ROUND VALLEY
PATRICK MCGAHERAN
CLINTON TOWN
CALIFON BOROUGH
BLOOMSBURY BOROUGH
THOMAS B CONLEY ES
ETHEL HOPPOCK ES
LESTER D WILSON ES
ALEXANDRIA SCHOOL
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 1
HARRY L BAIN
WEEHAWKEN HS
THEODORE ROOSEVELT NUMBER 5
DANIEL WEBSTER NUMBER 2
WOODROW WILSON
WASHINGTON
VETERAN'S MEMORIAL SCHOOL
THOMAS A EDISON
SARA M GILMORE
GRADES 6-8
5- 40
30- 47
15
40
30- 42
20- 30
10- 35
40
40
40
40
40
40
10- 45
5- 10
40
40
40
40
40
1- 5
1
3
1
2
2- 3
1- 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1- 2
2
36
36
36
20-36
36
36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
12-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
47
42
42
40
30- 45
39
45
40
40
40
40
40
40
15- 20
15
40
1- 5
3- 4
5
2- 5
3
1- 2
5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
36
36
8-36
36
36
9-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
4
1
2
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
65
DISTRICT NAME
FLEMINGTON-RARITAN REG
FLEMINGTON-RARITAN REG
FLEMINGTON-RARITAN REG
FLEMINGTON-RARITAN REG
FLEMINGTON-RARITAN REG
FRANKLIN TWP
FRENCHTOWN BORO
HAMPTON BORO
HIGH BRIDGE BORO
HIGH BRIDGE BORO
HOLLAND TWP
HOLLAND TWP
KINGWOOD TWP
LAMBERTVILLE CITY
LEBANON BORO
LEBANON TWP
LEBANON TWP
MILFORD BORO
READINGTON TWP
READINGTON TWP
READINGTON TWP
READINGTON TWP
SOUTH HUNTERDON REGIONAL
STOCKTON BORO
TEWKSBURY TWP
TEWKSBURY TWP
COUNTY
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
HUNTERDON
SCHOOL NAME
SAWMILL
OLD TURNPIKE SCHOOL
STOCKTON BORO
S HUNTERDON REG HS
WHITEHOUSE
THREE BRIDGES
READINGTON
HOLLAND BROOK SCHOOL
MILFORD BORO
WOODGLEN
VALLEY VIEW
LEBANON BOROUGH
LAMBERTVILLE
KINGWOOD TOWNSHIP
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP MS
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP ES
HIGH BRIDGE MS
HIGH BRIDGE ES
HAMPTON BORO
EDITH ORT THOMAS
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP
ROBERT HUNTER
READING-FLEMING MS
F A DESMARES ES
COPPER HILL SCHOOL
BARLEY SHEAF
GRADES 6-8
30- 40
50
40
30
30
30- 50
45
40
30- 48
20
20- 45
42
30
15- 45
40- 45
30- 40
20- 40
20
20
20
20
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1- 2
2
2
1- 5
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
30
30
36
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
60
40
44
30
45
45- 50
48
20
40- 45
42
40
45
40
40
78
2- 3
1
5
5
2
1-2.5
1
2
2- 3
2- 5
5
1- 4
2
2- 4
2.5
36
36
36
36
36
30
36
30
36
36
12-36
36
36
36
18-36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
2
1
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
8
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
66
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
EWING TWP
MERCER
MERCER
EWING TWP
MERCER
MERCER
EWING TWP
MERCER
HAMILTON TWP
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL
MERCER
MERCER
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL
MERCER
HAMILTON TWP
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL
MERCER
MERCER
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL
MERCER
EWING TWP
EAST WINDSOR REGIONAL
MERCER
HAMILTON TWP
WEST AMWELL TWP
HUNTERDON
MERCER
UNION TWP
MERCER
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
HUNTERDON
SCHOOL NAME
ROBINSON
RICHARD C CROCKETT MS
MORGAN
MERCERVILLE
MCGALLIARD
LANGTREE
LALOR
KUSER
KLOCKNER
KISTHARDT
GREENWOOD
GEORGE E WILSON
EMILY C REYNOLDS MS
ALEXANDER
ALBERT E GRICE MS
WL ANTHEIL ES
PARKWAY
GILMORE J FISHER MS
FRANCIS LORE
WALTER C BLACK
PERRY L DREW
MELVIN H KREPS SCHOOL
GRACE NORTON ROGERS SCHOOL
ETHEL MCKNIGHT
WEST AMWELL TOWNSHIP
UNION TOWNSHIP
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30- 40
30
30
40
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
40
30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.5
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
MISSING
MISSING
36
36
40
40
40
60
41
40
50- 54
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
2.5
2.5
1
1- 4
36
36
36
6-18
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
2
2
2
1
6
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
67
DISTRICT NAME
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HAMILTON TWP
HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL
HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL
HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL
HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL
HOPEWELL VALLEY REGIONAL
LAWRENCE TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
LAWRENCE TWP
PRINCETON REGIONAL
PRINCETON REGIONAL
PRINCETON REGIONAL
PRINCETON REGIONAL
PRINCETON REGIONAL
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
COUNTY
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
GRACE A DUNN MS
FRANKLIN
COLUMBUS
CADWALADER
ARTHUR HOLLAND MS
RIVERSIDE
LITTLEBROOK SCHOOL
JOHNSON PARK SCHOOL
J WITHERSPOON MS
COMMUNITY PARK
SLACKWOOD
LAWRENCEVILLE ES
LAWRENCE MS
LAWRENCE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
ELDRIDGE PARK SCHOOL
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
TOLL GATE/GRAMMAR
TIMBERLANE MS
STONY BROOK ES
HOPEWELL
BEAR TAVERN
YARDVILLE HEIGHTS
YARDVILLE
UNI HTS/HOWARD D MORRISON
SUNNYBRAE
SAYEN
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
40
15- 30
0- 30
15- 30
0- 30
15
15
24
15
15
42
42
42
42
30
30
30
30
30
36
4
36
36
1
36
4
36
3.5- 4
4
36
36
3
36
36
5
5
36
5
5
36
ALL
7
36
2
2
SOME REPORTED
1
36
2
40
40
40
1
1
1
5
3
80
45
3
24
36
36
36
36
18
36
MISSING
SOME REPORTED
1
36
2
MISSING
SOME REPORTED
36
1
MISSING
SOME REPORTED
36
1
ALL
3
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
6
1
1
1
1
2
ALL
1
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
2
5
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
36
1
5
SOME REPORTED
36
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
68
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
TRENTON CITY
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
W WINDSOR-PLAINSBORO REG
WASHINGTON TWP
COUNTY
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
MERCER
POND ROAD MS
VILLAGE SCHOOL
TOWN CENTER ES
THOMAS R GROVER MS
MILLSTONE RIVER SCHOOL
MAURICE HAWK
JOHN V B WICOFF
DUTCH NECK
COMMUNITY MS
WILSON
WASHINGTON
STOKES
ROBBINS
PAUL ROBESON ES
PARKER
P J HILL
MOTT
MONUMENT
MARTIN L KING MS
LUIS MUNOZ-RIVERA ES
JOYCE KILMER
JEFFERSON
HEDGEPETH-WILLIAMS MS
HARRISON
GREGORY
GRANT
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
42
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
MISSING
40
40
40
1- 2
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
MISSING
1
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
42
42
42
40
40
40
MISSING
40
2- 5
5
5
1
1
1
MISSING
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
4
2
2
12
3
2
2
14
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
69
DISTRICT NAME
WASHINGTON TWP
CARTERET BORO
CARTERET BORO
CARTERET BORO
CARTERET BORO
CRANBURY TWP
DUNELLEN BORO
DUNELLEN BORO
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EAST BRUNSWICK TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
COUNTY
MERCER
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
LINCOLN
JOHN MARSHALL
JOHN ADAMS MS
JAMES MONROE
JAMES MADISON PRIMARY
JAMES MADISON INTERMEDIATE
HERBERT HOOVER MS
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
WARNSDORFER
MEMORIAL
LAWRENCE BROOK
IRWIN SCHOOL
HAMMARSKJOLD MS
FROST
CHURCHILL JR HS
CHITTICK
CENTRAL
BOWNE-MUNRO
LINCOLN MS
JOHN P FABER
CRANBURY
NATHAN HALE SCHOOL
MINUE
COLUMBUS
CARTERET MS
SHARON
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
20- 40
40
35
35
35
40
3
3
3
2.5
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2- 4
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
46
46
40
40
44
20
40
35
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
5
5
5
4
5
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
1
1
4
ALL
11
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
2
2
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
5
4
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
5
ALL
11
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
1
ALL
3
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
70
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
MIDDLESEX BORO
MIDDLESEX CO ED SER COMM
MIDDLESEX CO ED SER COMM
MILLTOWN BORO
MILLTOWN BORO
MONROE TWP
MONROE TWP
MONROE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX BORO
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX BORO
MIDDLESEX
METUCHEN BORO
MIDDLESEX
METUCHEN BORO
METUCHEN BORO
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX BORO
JAMESBURG BORO
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
JAMESBURG BORO
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
HIGHLAND PARK BORO
MIDDLESEX
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
HIGHLAND PARK BORO
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
EDISON TWP
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
HIGHLAND PARK BORO
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
EDISON TWP
MIDDLESEX
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
MIDDLESEX
BROOKSIDE SCHOOL
BARCLAY BROOK
APPLEGARTH
PARKVIEW
JOYCE KILMER
RARITAN VALLEY ACADEMY
MIDDLESEX COUNTY ACADEMY
WATCHUNG
VON E MAUGER MS
PARKER
HAZELWOOD
MILDRED B MOSS
EDGAR
CAMPBELL
JOHN F KENNEDY
GRACE M BRECKWEDEL
IRVING
HIGHLAND PARK HS
BARTLE SCHOOL
WOODROW WILSON MS
WOODBROOK
WASHINGTON
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
MENLO PARK
MARTIN LUTHER KING
LINDENEAU
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
40
20
40
39
20- 30
30
20- 45
30
20
47
30- 40
40
30
45
25
25
25
25
25
2
2
1
1
3
1
1- 3
1
1
1
1
1- 2
2
1
3
3
3
3
3
36
36
36
30
36
36
36
25
35
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
MISSING
39
38
42
47
40
47
45
46
46
2
MISSING
1- 5
5
5
5
5
5
1
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
36
MISSING
10-36
36
36
18-36
12
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
5
1
4
2
1
6
4
2
2
4
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
71
DISTRICT NAME
MONROE TWP
MONROE TWP
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NEW BRUNSWICK CITY
NORTH BRUNSWICK TWP
NORTH BRUNSWICK TWP
NORTH BRUNSWICK TWP
NORTH BRUNSWICK TWP
NORTH BRUNSWICK TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
OLD BRIDGE TWP
COUNTY
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
SOUTHWOOD
RAYMOND E VOORHEES
MEMORIAL
MADISON PARK
M SCOTT CARPENTER
LEROY GORDON COOPER
JONAS SALK MS
JAMES MC DIVITT ES
CHEESEQUAKE
CARL SANDBURG MS
ALAN B SHEPARD
PARSONS
LIVINGSTON PARK
LINWOOD MS
JOHN ADAMS
ARTHUR M JUDD
WOODROW WILSON
ROOSEVELT ES
PAUL ROBESON COMMUNITY
MCKINLEY COMMUNITY
LORD STIRLING
LIVINGSTON
LINCOLN
A CHESTER REDSHAW
WOODLAND
MILL LAKE
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
20- 30
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
45
45
42
40
40
2- 5
2- 5
5
3- 5
2
8-36
8-36
5-18
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
2
1
1
1
4
4
4
SOME REPORTED
2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
3
5
SOME REPORTED
2
5
ALL
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
72
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
OLD BRIDGE TWP
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PERTH AMBOY CITY
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
PISCATAWAY TWP
SAYREVILLE BORO
SAYREVILLE BORO
SAYREVILLE BORO
SAYREVILLE BORO
SAYREVILLE BORO
SOUTH AMBOY CITY
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
OLD BRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
DISTRICT NAME
OLD BRIDGE TWP
COUNTY
MIDDLESEX
SCHOOL NAME
SOUTH AMBOY ES
WILSON
SAYREVILLE MS
HARRY S TRUMAN
DWIGHT D EISENHOWER
ARLETH
THEODORE SCHOR MS
RANDOLPHVILLE
QUIBBLETOWN MS
MARTIN LUTHER KING
KNOLLWOOD
GRANDVIEW
DWIGHT D EISENHOWER
CONACKAMACK MS
ARBOR
SAMUEL E SHULL MS
ROBERT N WILENTZ ES
NUMBER 7
NUMBER 10
MC GINNIS MS
JAMES J FLYNN
EDWARD J PATTEN ES
ANTHONY V CERES SCHOOL
WILLIAM A MILLER
WALTER SCHIRRA
VIRGIL GRISSOM
GRADES 6-8
15- 45
35
43
35
35
35
25
30
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
1- 2
1- 2
2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
3
2
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
36
36
18
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
45
42- 43
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
42
2
1- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
5
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
4
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
1
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
2
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
73
DISTRICT NAME
SOUTH AMBOY CITY
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOUTH RIVER BORO
SOUTH RIVER BORO
SPOTSWOOD BORO
SPOTSWOOD BORO
SPOTSWOOD BORO
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
COUNTY
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
SCHOOL NAME
FORD AVENUE
COLONIA MS
CLAREMONT AVENUE
AVENEL STREET
AVENEL MS
SPOTSWOOD MEMORIAL SCHOOL
G AUSTIN SCHOENLY
E RAYMOND APPLEBY
SOUTH RIVER MS
SOUTH RIVER ES
SO PLAINFIELD MS
ROOSEVELT
JOHN F KENNEDY
JOHN E RILEY
GRANT ES
FRANKLIN
MONMOUTH JUNCTION
INDIAN FIELDS ES
GREENBROOK ES
CROSSROADS SOUTH
CROSSROADS NORTH
CONSTABLE
CAMBRIDGE
BRUNSWICK ACRES
BROOKS CROSSING ES
SOUTH AMBOY HS
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
43
35- 40
37
30
37
40
37
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
3
3
3
5
1- 2
2
2
2
5
2
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
29-34
29-34
29-34
9
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
44
44
42
43
45
40
MISSING
MISSING
43
5
5
5
5
5
5
MISSING
MISSING
5
9-36
9-36
9
9
9
9
MISSING
MISSING
18
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
2
2
1
1
1
5
8
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
74
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
ASBURY PARK CITY
ASBURY PARK CITY
ASBURY PARK CITY
ASBURY PARK CITY
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS BORO
AVON BORO
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MIDDLESEX
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
COLTS NECK TWP
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MONMOUTH
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
BRIELLE BORO
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MONMOUTH
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
BELMAR BORO
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
BRADLEY BEACH BORO
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MONMOUTH
WOODBRIDGE TWP
MIDDLESEX
MONMOUTH
DISTRICT NAME
WOODBRIDGE TWP
COUNTY
MIDDLESEX
CEDAR DRIVE
BRIELLE ES
BRADLEY BEACH ES
BELMAR ES
AVON ES
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
THURGOOD MARSHALL PRIMARY
MIDDLE SCHOOL
BRADLEY ES
BANGS AVENUE
WOODBRIDGE MS
WOODBINE AVENUE
ROSS STREET
ROBERT MASCENIK SCHOOL
PORT READING
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE SCHOOL
OAK RIDGE HEIGHTS
MENLO PARK TERRACE
MAWBEY STREET
MATTHEW JAGO
LYNN CREST
LAFAYETTE EST 25
KENNEDY PARK
ISELIN MS
INDIANA AVENUE
FORDS MS
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
42
45
15- 45
40
30- 45
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
ALL
ALL
29-34
29-34
3
3
3- 5
5
40
45
45
42
20- 42
36
36
36
36
36
1- 2
2- 3
0.5- 1
1
2- 3
1
1-2.5
2- 3
45
36
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
ALL
29-34
3
2
ALL
29-34
3
4
2
1
1
1
ALL
29-34
3
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
29-34
3
1
ALL
29-34
3
9-36
ALL
29-34
3
5
ALL
29-34
3
44
ALL
29-34
3
ALL
ALL
1
29-34
9-36
ALL
ALL
3
5
1
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
44
9-36
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
29-34
29-34
5
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
3
3
44
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
75
DEAL BORO
EATONTOWN BORO
EATONTOWN BORO
EATONTOWN BORO
EATONTOWN BORO
FAIR HAVEN BORO
FAIR HAVEN BORO
FARMINGDALE BORO
FREEHOLD BORO
FREEHOLD BORO
FREEHOLD BORO
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
FREEHOLD TWP
HAZLET TWP
HAZLET TWP
HAZLET TWP
HAZLET TWP
HAZLET TWP
HAZLET TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
COLTS NECK TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
DISTRICT NAME
COLTS NECK TWP
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
SCHOOL NAME
RARITAN VALLEY SCHOOL
MIDDLE ROAD SCHOOL
LILLIAN DRIVE SCHOOL
HAZLET MS
COVE ROAD SCHOOL
BEERS STREET SCHOOL
WEST FREEHOLD
MARSHALL W ERRICKSON
LAURA DONOVAN
JOSEPH J CATENA SCHOOL
DWIGHT D EISENHOWER
CLIFTON T BARKALOW
C RICHARD APPLEGATE
PARK AVENUE ES
INTERMEDIATE
FREEHOLD LEARNING CENTER
FARMINGDALE ES
VIOLA L SICKLES
KNOLLWOOD
WOODMERE
MEMORIAL
MEADOWBROOK
MARGARET L VETTER
DEAL
CONOVER ROAD SCHOOL
CONOVER ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
42
42
42
42
42
45
45
45
45
45
40
40
80-120
15
30
20
20
20
45
20
20
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2- 3
4
3
2
2
2
2- 3
2- 5
1- 2
12
12
12
12
12
36
36
36
36
36
12
12
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
2
2
5
2
2
2
42
42
42
42
42
2.5
42
2.5
49
3
49
40
1
ALL
4
1
36
12
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
12
12
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
12
2
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
3
2
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
12
4
36
3
1
36
36
36
SOME REPORTED
1
36
1- 2
ALL
3
36
1
3- 4
40
30- 60
40- 80
SOME REPORTED
1
36
4.5
43
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
36
1
40
ALL
SOME REPORTED
36
1
1
36
3
40
ALL
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
45
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
76
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
HOWELL TWP
KEANSBURG BORO
KEANSBURG BORO
KEANSBURG BORO
KEYPORT BORO
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
LONG BRANCH CITY
HOWELL TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
HOLMDEL TWP
MONMOUTH
LITTLE SILVER BORO
HOLMDEL TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
HOLMDEL TWP
MONMOUTH
KEYPORT BORO
HIGHLANDS BORO
MONMOUTH
LITTLE SILVER BORO
HENRY HUDSON REGIONAL
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
HAZLET TWP
MONMOUTH
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
SCHOOL NAME
A A ANASTASIA
POINT ROAD
MARKHAM PLACE
KEYPORT HS
CENTRAL SCHOOL
PORT MONMOUTH ROAD SCHOOL
JOSEPH R BOLGER MS
JOSEPH C CARUSO SCHOOL
TAUNTON
SOUTHARD
RAMTOWN
NEWBURY
LAND O PINES
HOWELL TOWNSHIP MS SOUTH
HOWELL TOWNSHIP MS NORTH
GREENVILLE SCHOOL
EDITH M GRIEBLING
ARDENA
ALDRICH
ADELPHIA SCHOOL
WILLIAM SATZ INTERMEDIATE
VILLAGE SCHOOL
INDIAN HILL SCHOOL
HIGHLANDS SCHOOL
HENRY HUDSON REG SCHOOL
SYCAMORE DRIVE SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
35
20
30
40
50
60
50
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
50
40
42
1
3
3
1
1
5
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1- 2
36
36
18
9
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
36
12
44
40
40
60
40
40
43
50
40
45
42
4
1
36
9-36
5
3- 5
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
1
1
9-36
9
1- 5
5
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
6
36
2- 5
SOME REPORTED
5
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
5
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
1
6
36
1
4
2- 5
36
1
18
1
5
1
36
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
3
9
5
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
12
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
77
DISTRICT NAME
LONG BRANCH CITY
LONG BRANCH CITY
LONG BRANCH CITY
LONG BRANCH CITY
LONG BRANCH CITY
LONG BRANCH CITY
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN REG
MANASQUAN BORO
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MARLBORO TWP
MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REG
MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REG
MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REG
MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REG
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
SCHOOL NAME
RAVINE DRIVE
MATAWAN AVENUE MS
LLOYD ROAD
CLIFFWOOD AVENUE SCHOOL
ROBERTSVILLE
MARLBORO MS
MARLBORO MEMORIAL MS
MARLBORO ES
MARLBORO EARLY LEARNING CENTER
FRANK J DUGAN SCHOOL
FRANK DEFINO CENTRAL SCHOOL
ASHER HOLMES
MANASQUAN ES
WEMROCK BROOK SCHOOL
TAYLOR MILLS
PINE BROOK
MILFORD BROOK
MANALAPAN-ENGLISHTOWN MS
LAFAYETTE MILLS
CLARK MILLS
WEST END
LONG BRANCH MS
LENNA W CONROW
GREGORY
ELBERON
AUDREY W CLARK SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
45
45
45
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
42
40
40
40
40
40
40
30
35
25- 35
30
35
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
18-36
18-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
72
42
42
42
40
40
40
40
47
2.5
5
5
2- 5
1
1
5
1
5
36
36
36
9-36
36
36
7-36
36
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
6
1
10
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
4
4
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
78
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
MILLSTONE TWP
MILLSTONE TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE CITY
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH BEACH BORO
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH-OCEAN ED SER COM
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MIDDLETOWN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
DISTRICT NAME
MATAWAN-ABERDEEN REG
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
SHARK RIVER HILLS
RIDGE AVENUE SCHOOL
NEPTUNE MS
GREEN GROVE
GABLES
WOODROW WILSON
REGIONAL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
MONMOUTH BEACH ES
MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP MS
MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP ES
THORNE MS
THOMPSON MS
RIVER PLAZA
PORT MONMOUTH
OCEAN AVENUE
NUT SWAMP
NEW MONMOUTH
NAVESINK
MIDDLETOWN VILLAGE
LINCROFT
LEONARDO
HARMONY
FAIRVIEW
BAYVIEW
BAYSHORE MS
STRATHMORE
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
MISSING
30
30
30
50
40
40
20- 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
45
1
1
1
1
1- 2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
12
12
12
12
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
42
50
40
40
40
40
40
5
2
3
3- 5
5
5
5
10-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
4
1
3
6
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
79
RED BANK BORO
RED BANK BORO
ROOSEVELT BORO
RUMSON BORO
RUMSON BORO
SEA GIRT BORO
SHREWSBURY BORO
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
TINTON FALLS
UNION BEACH
UPPER FREEHOLD REGIONAL
WALL TWP
WALL TWP
WALL TWP
WALL TWP
WALL TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
TINTON FALLS
OCEANPORT BORO
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
OCEANPORT BORO
MONMOUTH
TINTON FALLS
OCEAN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
OCEAN TWP
MONMOUTH
SPRING LAKE BORO
OCEAN TWP
MONMOUTH
SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS BORO
OCEAN TWP
MONMOUTH
MONMOUTH
NEPTUNE TWP
MONMOUTH
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
SCHOOL NAME
WEST BELMAR
OLD MILL
INTERMEDIATE
CENTRAL
ALLENWOOD
UPPER FREEHOLD REG ES
MEMORIAL
TINTON FALLS
SWIMMING RIVER
MAHALA F ATCHISON
SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS ES
H W MOUNTZ ES
SHREWSBURY ES
SEA GIRT ES
FORRESTDALE
DEANE-PORTER
ROOSEVELT ES
RED BANK PRIMARY
RED BANK MS
WOLF HILL
MAPLE PLACE
WAYSIDE
WANAMASSA
OCEAN TOWNSHIP INTERMEDIATE
OCEAN TOWNSHIP ES
SUMMERFIELD
GRADES 6-8
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
30- 42
45
45
20
20- 40
25- 42
47
42
44
40
20- 25
40
20
48
30- 40
30- 40
30- 40
30
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
2.5
1- 2
1- 2
1
1- 3
2
1
2
2.5
1
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
18
36
36
36
36
18
36
36
36
36
36
12
1- 5
42- 47
5
1
40
2.5
2- 5
40
45
2- 3
42
60
2- 3
47
1
3- 5
42
45
3- 5
1
2.5
5
5
44
40
40
48
41
12-36
20-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
8-36
18-36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
1
5
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
SOME REPORTED
2
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
2
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
1
SOME REPORTED
1
ALL
ALL
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
4
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
80
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DOVER TOWN
DOVER TOWN
DOVER TOWN
DOVER TOWN
EAST HANOVER TWP
EAST HANOVER TWP
EAST HANOVER TWP
FLORHAM PARK BORO
FLORHAM PARK BORO
FLORHAM PARK BORO
HANOVER TWP
HANOVER TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
CHESTER TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
CHESTER TWP
MORRIS
DENVILLE TWP
BUTLER BORO
MORRIS
MORRIS
BUTLER BORO
MORRIS
DENVILLE TWP
BOONTON TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
BOONTON TOWN
MORRIS
CHESTER TWP
BOONTON TOWN
MORRIS
DENVILLE TWP
BOONTON TOWN
MORRIS
MORRIS
WEST LONG BRANCH BORO
MONMOUTH
MORRIS
DISTRICT NAME
WEST LONG BRANCH BORO
COUNTY
MONMOUTH
SCHOOL NAME
MEMORIAL JUNIOR
BEE MEADOW
RIDGEDALE
BROOKLAKE
BRIARWOOD
FRANK J SMITH
EAST HANOVER MS
CENTRAL
NORTH DOVER ES
EAST DOVER ES
DOVER MS
ACADEMY STREET
VALLEYVIEW MS
RIVERVIEW
LAKEVIEW
DICKERSON
BRAGG
BLACK RIVER MS
RICHARD BUTLER
AARON DECKER
ROCKAWAY VALLEY
SCHOOL STREET
JOHN HILL
BOONTON MS
FRANK ANTONIDES
BETTY MCELMOM ES
GRADES 6-8
15- 20
40
40
30
30
40
40
20- 40
40
40
52
52
30
40
37
43
30
30
2
2
2
1
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
2- 3
1
1
3
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
1
43
5
2
40
40
25- 50
80
2- 5
3
3- 5
2
40
42
5
5
42
40
5
47
5
4
55
40
3
30- 46
36
36
13-36
36
6
36
18-36
36
9
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
SOME REPORTED
2
3
2
2
ALL
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
1
3
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
1
1
2
SOME REPORTED
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
1
ALL
1
SOME REPORTED
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
2
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
3
2
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
81
DISTRICT NAME
HANOVER TWP
HANOVER TWP
HARDING TOWNSHIP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
JEFFERSON TWP
KINNELON BORO
KINNELON BORO
KINNELON BORO
LINCOLN PARK BORO
LINCOLN PARK BORO
LONG HILL TWP
LONG HILL TWP
LONG HILL TWP
MADISON BORO
MADISON BORO
MADISON BORO
MADISON BORO
MENDHAM BORO
MENDHAM BORO
MENDHAM TWP
MENDHAM TWP
COUNTY
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
SCHOOL NAME
MENDHAM TOWNSHIP MS
MENDHAM TOWNSHIP ES
MOUNTAIN VIEW
HILLTOP SCHOOL
TOREY J SABATINI
MADISON JR HS
KINGS ROAD
CENTRAL AVENUE
MILLINGTON
GILLETTE
CENTRAL
LINCOLN PARK MS
LINCOLN PARK ES
STONYBROOK
PEARL R MILLER MS
KIEL
WHITE ROCK
ROBERT F DRUMMOND
MILTON
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP MS
ELLEN T BRIGGS
COZY LAKE
ARTHUR STANLICK
HARDING TOWNSHIP
SALEM DRIVE
MOUNTVIEW ROAD
GRADES 6-8
41
30
42
20
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
30
20
38
15
40
20
35
35
35
35
41
15- 20
15- 20
5
1- 2
2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
5-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
5
1
40
40
41
5
4
1
40
42
1
40
1-2.5
MISSING
38- 75
5
5
3- 5
MISSING
40
40
41
36
36
36
1
ALL
ALL
1
3
ALL
1
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
36
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
3
ALL
3
3
SOME REPORTED
3
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
3
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
1
3
36
2
36
2
1
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
MISSING
36
5-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
82
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
MOUNT ARLINGTON BORO
MOUNT ARLINGTON BORO
MOUNT OLIVE TWP
MOUNT OLIVE TWP
MOUNT OLIVE TWP
MOUNT OLIVE TWP
MOUNT OLIVE TWP
MOUNTAIN LAKES BORO
MOUNTAIN LAKES BORO
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MONTVILLE TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS PLAINS BORO
MONTVILLE TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
MONTVILLE TWP
MORRIS
MONTVILLE TWP
MONTVILLE TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS PLAINS BORO
MONTVILLE TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
MINE HILL TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
WILDWOOD
BRIARCLIFF
TINC ROAD
SANDSHORE ROAD
MT OLIVE MS
MOUNTAIN VIEW
CHESTER M STEVENS SCHOOL
MT ARLINGTON
EDITH M DECKER
WOODLAND AVENUE
THOMAS JEFFERSON
SUSSEX AVENUE
NORMANDY PARK SCHOOL
HILLCREST
FRELINGHUYSEN
ALFRED VAIL
ALEXANDER HAMILTON
MOUNTAIN WAY
BOROUGH
WOODMONT
WILLIAM H MASON JR HS
VALLEY VIEW
ROBERT R LAZAR MS
HILLDALE
CEDAR HILL
CANFIELD AVENUE
GRADES 6-8
25- 37
20
20
20
20
40
0- 30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
30
40
40
20- 40
40
20- 40
20- 40
40
3- 4
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
43
50
40
80
40
42
40
5
5
1- 5
2.5
4- 5
5
2
36
9-36
36
36
36
12-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
3
4
1
1
1
9
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
83
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
PEQUANNOCK TWP
PEQUANNOCK TWP
PEQUANNOCK TWP
PEQUANNOCK TWP
RANDOLPH TWP
RANDOLPH TWP
RANDOLPH TWP
RANDOLPH TWP
RANDOLPH TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROCKAWAY TWP
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
ROCKAWAY BORO
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
RIVERDALE BORO
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
ROCKAWAY BORO
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
PARSIPPANY-TROY HILLS TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
DISTRICT NAME
NETCONG BORO
COUNTY
BIRCHWOOD
THOMAS JEFFERSON MS
LINCOLN
RIVERDALE PUBLIC
SHONGUM
RANDOLPH MS
IRONIA ES
FERNBROOK
CENTER GROVE
STEPHEN J GERACE
PEQUANNOCK VALLEY
NORTH BOULEVARD
HILLVIEW
TROY HILLS
ROCKAWAY MEADOW
NORTHVAIL
MOUNT TABOR SCHOOL
LITTLETON
LAKE PARSIPPANY
LAKE HIAWATHA SCHOOL
KNOLLWOOD
INTERVALE
EASTLAKE
CENTRAL MS
BROOKLAWN MS
NETCONG ES
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
45
30
30
5- 40
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
20- 40
1
1
1
1- 5
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1- 3
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
30- 40
40
40
42
40
40
40
1- 5
5
5
2.5- 5
3- 5
3- 5
4
36
36
36
9-36
18-36
18-36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
9
1
1
3
2
4
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
2
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
84
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
SCH DIST OF THE CHATHAMS
SCH DIST OF THE CHATHAMS
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WASHINGTON TWP
WHARTON BORO
WHARTON BORO
BARNEGAT TWP
BARNEGAT TWP
BARNEGAT TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
MORRIS
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROXBURY TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROXBURY TWP
MORRIS
SCH DIST OF THE CHATHAMS
ROXBURY TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROXBURY TWP
MORRIS
SCH DIST OF THE CHATHAMS
ROXBURY TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROCKAWAY TWP
MORRIS
ROXBURY TWP
ROCKAWAY TWP
MORRIS
SCH DIST OF THE CHATHAMS
ROCKAWAY TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
ROCKAWAY TWP
MORRIS
MORRIS
DISTRICT NAME
ROCKAWAY TWP
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
ROBERT L HORBELT ES
LILLIAN M DUNFEE ES
CECIL S COLLINS ES
MARIE V DUFFY
A C MAC KINNON MS
WALTER J KOSSMANN
OLD FARMERS ROAD
LONG VALLEY MS SOUTH
LONG VALLEY MS NORTH
FLOCKTOWN ROAD
WASHINGTON AVENUE
SOUTHERN BOULVARD SCHOOL
MILTON AVENUE
LAFAYETTE ES
CHATHAM MS
NIXON
LINCOLN/ROOSEVELT
KENNEDY
JEFFERSON
FRANKLIN
EISENHOWER MS
STONY BROOK
KATHERINE D MALONE
DENNIS B O BRIEN SCHOOL
COPELAND MS
CATHERINE A DWYER
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
45
30
30
43
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
45
45
45
45
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
0.5- 2
0.5- 2
0.5- 2
2-2.5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
10
10
9-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
45
43
43
42
40
40
56
3
3
5
2.5- 5
1
5
5
36
36
36
36
36
8-36
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
2
5
2
6
1
3
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
85
DISTRICT NAME
BARNEGAT TWP
BAY HEAD BORO
BEACH HAVEN BORO
BERKELEY TWP
BERKELEY TWP
BERKELEY TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
BRICK TWP
CENTRAL REGIONAL
EAGLESWOOD TWP
ISLAND HEIGHTS BORO
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
JACKSON TWP
COUNTY
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
SCHOOL NAME
SWITLIK ES
LUCY N HOLMAN ES
HOWARD C JOHNSON ES
ELMS ES
CRAWFORD-RODRIGUEZ ES
CHRISTA MCAULIFFE MS
CARL W GOETZ MS
ISLAND HEIGHTS ES
EAGLESWOOD TOWNSHIP ES
CENTRAL REGIONAL MS
VETERANS MEM MS
VETERANS MEM ES
OSBORNVILLE ES
MIDSTREAMS ES
LANES MILL ES
LAKE RIVIERA MS
HERBERTSVILLE ES
EMMA HAVENS YOUNG ES
DRUM POINT ROAD ES
BRICK COMMUNITY PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
H & M POTTER ES
CLARA B WORTH ES
BAYVILLE ES
BEACH HAVEN ES
BAY HEAD ES
RUSSELL O BRACKMAN MS
GRADES 6-8
40
40
40
40
40
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
15- 40
15- 40
15- 40
30
20- 40
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.5- 1
0.5- 1
0.5- 1
3
0.5- 2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18-36
18-36
36
29-36
29-36
36
36
40
40
30
30
44
45
60
40
40
40
30
40
40
5
5
2
2
5
5
5
0.5
0.5
0.5
3
2
5
9
9
36
36
18
9
10-36
36
36
36
36
36
12
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
3
2
2
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
86
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
JACKSON TWP
LACEY TWP
LACEY TWP
LACEY TWP
LACEY TWP
LACEY TWP
LAKEHURST BORO
LAKEWOOD TWP
LAKEWOOD TWP
LAKEWOOD TWP
LAKEWOOD TWP
LAKEWOOD TWP
LAVALLETTE BORO
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP
LONG BEACH ISLAND
LONG BEACH ISLAND
MANCHESTER TWP
MANCHESTER TWP
MANCHESTER TWP
MANCHESTER TWP
OCEAN GATE BORO
OCEAN TWP
OCEAN TWP
PINELANDS REGIONAL
PLUMSTED TWP
COUNTY
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
SCHOOL NAME
NEW EGYPT ES
PINELANDS REG JR HS
WARETOWN ES
FREDERIC A PRIFF ES
OCEAN GATE ES
WHITING ES
RIDGEWAY ES
MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP MS
MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP ES
LONG BEACH ISLAND GRADE
ETHEL A JACOBSEN ES
LITTLE EGG HARBOR INTERMEDIATE
GEORGE MITCHELL ES
LAVALLETTE ES
SPRUCE STREET ES
OAK STREET ES
LAKEWOOD MS
ELLA G CLARKE ES
CLIFTON AVENUE GRADE SCHOOL
LAKEHURST ES
MILL POND ES
LANOKA HARBOR ES
LACEY TOWNSHIP MS
FORKED RIVER ES
CEDAR CREEK ES
SYLVIA ROSENAUER ES
GRADES 6-8
40- 45
30
40
25- 50
43
43
40
40
5
44
40
40
40
40
15- 30
40
30
30
30
40
1
0.5
1
2
1
1
1
0.5
1
1- 4
1
1
1
1
1-2.5
1
1
1
1
1
9-36
18
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
9-36
9-36
9-36
36
47
20
50
40
40
44
40
40
44
40
40
30- 35
40
46
5
2
2
5
0.5
4
1
1
5
1
1
3- 5
1
5
36
30
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
36
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
SOME REPORTED
2
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
4
1
ALL
3
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
3
1
1
2
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
87
STAFFORD TWP
STAFFORD TWP
STAFFORD TWP
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
OCEAN
STAFFORD TWP
SEASIDE HEIGHTS BORO
OCEAN
OCEAN
POINT PLEASANT BORO
OCEAN
SEASIDE PARK BORO
POINT PLEASANT BORO
OCEAN
SOUTHERN REGIONAL
POINT PLEASANT BORO
OCEAN
OCEAN
POINT PLEASANT BEACH BORO
OCEAN
OCEAN
DISTRICT NAME
PLUMSTED TWP
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
WEST DOVER ES
WASHINGTON STREET ES
WALNUT STREET ES
TOMS RIVER INTERMEDIATE W
TOMS RIVER INTERMEDIATE E
SOUTH TOMS RIVER ES
SILVER BAY ES
PINE BEACH ES
NORTH DOVER ES
JOSEPH A CITTA ES
HOOPER AVENUE ES
EAST DOVER ES
CEDAR GROVE ES
BEACHWOOD ES
STAFFORD INTERMEDIATE
OXYCOCUS ES
OCEAN ACRES ES
MCKINLEY AVENUE ES
SOUTHERN REG MS
SEASIDE PARK ES
HUGH J BOYD JR ES
OCEAN ROAD ES
NELLIE F BENNETT ES
MEMORIAL MS
G HAROLD ANTRIM ES
NEW EGYPT MS
GRADES 6-8
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
45
30
45
45
30- 45
20
25
25
20- 45
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1- 2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
20
20
20
40
40
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
45
43
45
20
42
45
60
1
1
1
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
3.5- 5
1- 5
5
36
36
36
9-36
9-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
20
36
36
6-36
18-36
9
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
3
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
88
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
CLIFTON CITY
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
LITTLE FALLS TWP
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
LITTLE FALLS TWP
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
HAWTHORNE BORO
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
HAWTHORNE BORO
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
HAWTHORNE BORO
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
HAWTHORNE BORO
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
PASSAIC
CLIFTON CITY
BLOOMINGDALE BORO
PASSAIC
HALEDON BORO
BLOOMINGDALE BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
BLOOMINGDALE BORO
OCEAN
PASSAIC
DISTRICT NAME
TUCKERTON BORO
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 1
WASHINGTON
THOMAS JEFFERSON
ROOSEVELT
LINCOLN MS
HALEDON PUBLIC SCHOOL
WOODROW WILSON MS
NUMBER 9
NUMBER 8
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 16
NUMBER 15
NUMBER 14
NUMBER 13
NUMBER 12
NUMBER 11
NUMBER 1
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MS
WALTER T BERGEN
SAMUEL R DONALD
MARTHA B DAY
TUCKERTON ES
GRADES 6-8
45
45
20- 60
20- 60
20- 60
40
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
47
30
30
20
1
1
0.5- 2
1- 5
1- 2
1
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
1
1
36
36
4-36
4-36
4-36
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
25
45
80
40
44
44
47
20
1- 2
2
1
1- 5
1- 5
5
1
36
8
18
9-36
9-36
9
25
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
3
1
1
4
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
89
DISTRICT NAME
LITTLE FALLS TWP
NORTH HALEDON BORO
NORTH HALEDON BORO
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CITY
PASSAIC CO ED SERV COMM
PASSAIC CO ED SERV COMM
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
COUNTY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
NUMBER 1
NORMAN S WEIR
MARTIN LUTHER KING
EDWARD W KILPATRICK
DALE AVENUE
ALEXANDER HAMILTON ACADEMY
THE PARK SCHOOL
MEMORIAL HALL
THE LEARNING CENTER
NUMBER 8 PULASKI
NUMBER 7 GRANT
NUMBER 6 MARTIN L KING
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4 LINCOLN
NUMBER 3 MARIO J DRAGO
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 16
NUMBER 15
NUMBER 14
NUMBER 11 CRUISE MEMORIAL
NUMBER 10 ROOSEVELT
NUMBER 1 THOMAS JEFFERSON
ETTA GERO NUMBER 9
MEMORIAL
HIGH MOUNTAIN
NUMBER 3
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
40
40- 80
40
0- 40
40
40- 80
40
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
45
45
45
2
1
2
2
2
1- 2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
10-20
36
18
80
40- 80
MISSING
25
25
25
36
45
25
25
25
45
1
1
36
36
MISSING
36
1
MISSING
36
1
36
20
5
1
36
36
1
1
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
1
2
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
1
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
36
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
ALL
2
1
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1- 5
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
90
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
PATERSON CITY
COUNTY
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
NUMBER 9
NUMBER 8
NUMBER 7
NUMBER 6
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4
NUMBER 3
NUMBER 29
NUMBER 28
NUMBER 27
NUMBER 26
NUMBER 25
NUMBER 24
NUMBER 21
NUMBER 20
NUMBER 2
NUMBER 19
NUMBER 18
NUMBER 17
NUMBER 16
NUMBER 15
NUMBER 14
NUMBER 13
NUMBER 12
NUMBER 11
NUMBER 10
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
0- 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2- 3
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
1
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
91
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WAYNE TWP
WEST MILFORD TWP
WEST MILFORD TWP
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
TOTOWA BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
RINGWOOD BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
RINGWOOD BORO
PASSAIC
WAYNE TWP
RINGWOOD BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
RINGWOOD BORO
PASSAIC
WANAQUE BORO
PROSPECT PARK BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
POMPTON LAKES BORO
PASSAIC
TOTOWA BORO
POMPTON LAKES BORO
PASSAIC
WANAQUE BORO
POMPTON LAKES BORO
PASSAIC
PASSAIC
PATERSON CITY
PASSAIC
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
PASSAIC
SCHOOL NAME
MACOPIN
APSHAWA
THEUNIS DEY
SCHUYLER-COLFAX MS
RYERSON
RANDALL CARTER
PINES LAKE
PACKANACK
LAFAYETTE
JOHN F KENNEDY
GEORGE WASHINGTON
FALLON ES
ALBERT P TERHUNE
WANAQUE
HASKELL
WASHINGTON PARK
MEMORIAL
ROBERT ERSKINE
PETER COOPER
MARTIN J RYERSON
ELEANOR G HEWITT
NUMBER 1 PROSPECT PARK
LINCOLN
LENOX
LAKESIDE
ROBERTO CLEMENTE
GRADES 6-8
5- 35
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
15- 30
40
30- 40
45
25- 50
20- 30
20- 30
40
1- 3
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1
0.5- 1
1
1.5-2.5
0.5- 1
1- 2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
27-36
36
36
1
5
43
2.5- 5
2.5- 5
1- 2
1
MISSING
2.5
5
35
40
40
40
45
MISSING
50
40
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
MISSING
18
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
3
4
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
ALL
10
3
NONE REPORTED
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
92
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
PENNS GRV-CARNEY'S PT REG
PENNS GRV-CARNEY'S PT REG
PENNS GRV-CARNEY'S PT REG
PENNS GRV-CARNEY'S PT REG
PENNSVILLE
PENNSVILLE
PENNSVILLE
PENNSVILLE
PITTSGROVE TWP
PITTSGROVE TWP
PITTSGROVE TWP
QUINTON TWP
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM
ELMER BORO
SALEM
SALEM
ALLOWAY TWP
SALEM
OLDMANS TWP
WEST PATERSON BORO
PASSAIC
SALEM
WEST PATERSON BORO
PASSAIC
MANNINGTON TWP
WEST PATERSON BORO
PASSAIC
SALEM
WEST MILFORD TWP
PASSAIC
ELSINBORO TWP
WEST MILFORD TWP
PASSAIC
LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK
WEST MILFORD TWP
PASSAIC
SALEM
WEST MILFORD TWP
PASSAIC
SALEM
DISTRICT NAME
WEST MILFORD TWP
COUNTY
PASSAIC
QUINTON TOWNSHIP
PITTSGROVE TOWNSHIP MS
OLIVET SCHOOL
NORMA SCHOOL
VALLEY PARK
PENNSVILLE MS
PENN BEACH
CENTRAL PARK
PENNS GROVE MS
PAUL W CARLETON
LAFAYETTE-PERSHING
FIELD STREET
OLDMANS TOWNSHIP SCHOOL
MANNINGTON
LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK
ELSINBORO TOWNSHIP
ELMER
ALLOWAY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL
MEMORIAL
CHARLES OLBON
BEATRICE GILMORE
WEST BROOK
UPPER GREENWOOD LAKE
PARADISE KNOLL
MARSHALL HILL
MAPLE ROAD
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
35
40
50
20- 30
20- 30
20- 30
25
25
25
40
43
45
45
30
20- 45
43
43
43
5- 35
5- 35
5- 35
5- 35
5- 35
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1- 2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1- 3
1- 3
1- 3
1- 3
1- 3
36
36
8
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
30
18-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
35
50
45
42
40
43
45
45
45
43
35
35
35
35
35
1- 2
5
1
5
5
2
1
1
2.5- 5
1
1
1
1
1
1
36
12
36
5- 8
9
36
36
36
6-36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
ALL
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
1
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
93
BOUND BROOK BORO
BRANCHBURG TWP
BRANCHBURG TWP
BRANCHBURG TWP
BRANCHBURG TWP
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
BERNARDS TWP
SOMERSET
BOUND BROOK BORO
BERNARDS TWP
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
BERNARDS TWP
SOMERSET
BERNARDS TWP
BERNARDS TWP
SOMERSET
BOUND BROOK BORO
BEDMINSTER TWP
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
WOODSTOWN-PILESGROVE REG
SALEM
SOMERSET
UPPER PITTSGROVE TWP
WOODSTOWN-PILESGROVE REG
SALEM CITY
SALEM
SALEM
SALEM CITY
SALEM
SALEM
DISTRICT NAME
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
JOHN F KENNEDY
HILLSIDE
HAMILTON SCHOOL
EISENHOWER
CRIM ES
BRDGWTR-RARITN MS
BRADLEY GARDENS
ADAMSVILLE
WHITON ES
STONY BROOK
OLD YORK
CENTRAL
SMALLEY
LAFAYETTE
BOUND BROOK HS
WILLIAM ANNIN MS
OAK STREET
MOUNT PROSPECT ES
LIBERTY CORNER
CEDAR HILL SCHOOL
BEDMINSTER TOWNSHIP
WOODSTOWN MS
MARY S SHOEMAKER
UPPER PITTSGROVE
SALEM MS
JOHN FENWICK
GRADES 6-8
40
40
20- 40
40
40
30
20- 30
50
50
50
50
39
43
20
5- 10
30- 40
20
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1- 5
5
1
3- 5
1- 5
1
27
27
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18-36
9
36
36
9-36
36
40
50
30
40
40
39
43
10
2.5- 5
3
2
5
5
5
5
5
36
9
36
36
36
36
9
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
2
12
1
4
1
1
4
8
1
1
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
1
2
2
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
94
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
BRIDGEWATER-RARITAN REG
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
FRANKLIN TWP
GREEN BROOK TWP
GREEN BROOK TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
HILLSBOROUGH TWP
MANVILLE BORO
MANVILLE BORO
MANVILLE BORO
MONTGOMERY TWP
MONTGOMERY TWP
MONTGOMERY TWP
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO
COUNTY
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
NORTH PLAINFIELD HS
EAST END
VILLAGE ES
ORCHARD HILL ES
MONTGOMERY MS
WESTON
ROOSEVELT SCHOOL
ALEXANDER BATCHO INTERMEDIATE
WOODS ROAD
WOODFERN
TRIANGLE
SUNNYMEAD
HILLSBOROUGH MS
HILLSBOROUGH ES
AUTEN ROAD SCHOOL
AMSTERDAM SCHOOL
IRENE E FELDKIRCHNER ES
GREEN BROOK MS
SAMPSON G SMITH
PINE GROVE MANOR
MACAFEE
HILLCREST
FRANKLIN PARK
ELIZABETH AVENUE
CONERLY ROAD
VAN HOLTEN
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
30
30
30
40
45
20
20
20
20
20
40
20
45
42
35
1
2
2
1
0.5- 1
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
5
2.5
1- 2
2
5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
36
36
36
36
0- 45
50
48
40- 50
40
42
40
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
36
9-36
9
36
18
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
11
2
2
8
1
8
1
5
1
1
3
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
95
ANDOVER REG
ANDOVER REG
BYRAM TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
GREEN TWP
HAMBURG BORO
HAMPTON TWP
HARDYSTON TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
FREDON TWP
WATCHUNG BORO
SOMERSET
SUSSEX
WATCHUNG BORO
SOMERSET
FRANKLIN BORO
WARREN TWP
SOMERSET
SUSSEX
WARREN TWP
SOMERSET
BYRAM TWP
WARREN TWP
SOMERSET
FRANKFORD TWP
WARREN TWP
SOMERSET
SUSSEX
WARREN TWP
SOMERSET
SUSSEX
SOMERVILLE BORO
SOUTH BOUND BROOK
SOMERVILLE BORO
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
SOMERSET HILLS REGIONAL
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOMERSET HILLS REGIONAL
SOMERSET
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO
SOMERSET
SOMERSET
DISTRICT NAME
NORTH PLAINFIELD BORO
COUNTY
SOMERSET
HARDYSTON MS
MARIAN MC KEOWN
HAMBURG
GREEN HILLS SCHOOL
FREDON TOWNSHIP
FRANKLIN ES
FRANKFORD TOWNSHIP
BYRAM TOWNSHIP INTERMEDIATE
BYRAM LAKES ES
LONG POND
FLORENCE M BURD
VALLEY VIEW
BAYBERRY
WOODLAND SCHOOL
MT HOREB
MIDDLE
CENTRAL
ANGELO TOMASO SCHOOL
ROBERT MORRIS SCHOOL
VAN DERVEER
SOMERVILLE MS
BERNARDSVILLE MS
BEDWELL ES
WEST END
STONY BROOK
SOMERSET
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
30
20- 40
40
43
41
40
40
30
38
20- 35
30
30- 40
25
25
25
25
MISSING
20- 30
42
45
30
30
15-35
36
36
36
1- 2
1- 2
1
1
36
1
9
36
1
5
36
1
36
36
2.5
18-36
36
1- 2
1
36
2- 3
1- 5
36
2- 3
36
2- 3
1
5
40
1
2- 5
2
5
5
2- 3
2
1.5- 5
2.5- 5
30
40
40
43
41
40
40
38
30- 40
46
7
36
36
36
35
9-36
9-18
36
36
36
36
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
7
1
1
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
36
1
2- 3
MISSING
ALL
MISSING
SOME REPORTED
MISSING
36
ALL
MISSING
2
2- 3
7-36
MISSING
5
48
ALL
2
18-36
12
5
5
ALL
36
1
42
ALL
1
36
1
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
5
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
5
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1
45
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
96
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
SUSSEX-WANTAGE REGIONAL
VERNON TWP
VERNON TWP
VERNON TWP
VERNON TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
STANHOPE BORO
SUSSEX
SUSSEX-WANTAGE REGIONAL
STANHOPE BORO
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SPARTA TWP
SUSSEX
STILLWATER TWP
SPARTA TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX-WANTAGE REGIONAL
SPARTA TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
SPARTA TWP
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
OGDENSBURG BORO
SANDYSTON-WALPACK TWP
SUSSEX
NEWTON TOWN
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
NEWTON TOWN
KITTATINNY REGIONAL
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
HOPATCONG
SUSSEX
LAFAYETTE TWP
HOPATCONG
SUSSEX
MONTAGUE TWP
HOPATCONG
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
HOPATCONG
SUSSEX
SUSSEX
DISTRICT NAME
HARDYSTON TWP
COUNTY
SCHOOL NAME
ROLLING HILLS
LOUNSBERRY HOLLOW
GLEN MEADOW
CEDAR MOUNTAIN SCHOOL
WANTAGE ES
SUSSEX MS
CLIFTON E LAWRENCE
STILLWATER TOWNSHIP
VALLEY ROAD SCHOOL
LINDEN AVENUE SCHOOL
SPARTA MS
SPARTA ALPINE
MOHAWK AVENUE SCHOOL
HELEN MORGAN
SANDYSTON WALPACK CONSOLIDATED
OGDENSBURG
MERRIAM AVENUE
HALSTED STREET
MONTAGUE TOWNSHIP
LAFAYETTE TOWNSHIP
KITTATINNY REG HS
TULSA TRAIL ES
HUDSON MAXIM
HOPATCONG MS
DURBAN AVENUE
HARDYSTON TOWNSHIP
GRADES 6-8
30
40
30
30
20- 42
40
40
20
35
20
42
40
30
42
45
40
10- 40
30
40
0.5
0.5
0.5
2
1
2
1- 2
0.5- 1
1
0.5- 1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1- 3
1
1
18
18
18
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
36
36
36
0.5- 5
0.5
40
40
5
1
42
42
5
2.5- 5
40
40
1
5
43
1
1
42
42
3
45
42
2.5- 5
5
40
45
18
18-36
18
36
36
36
36
36
6
36
36
36
18-36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
1
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
2
1
6
1
1
1
7
1
2
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
97
DISTRICT NAME
VERNON TWP
BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
BERKELEY HEIGHTS TWP
CLARK TWP
CLARK TWP
CLARK TWP
CRANFORD TWP
CRANFORD TWP
CRANFORD TWP
CRANFORD TWP
CRANFORD TWP
CRANFORD TWP
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
COUNTY
SUSSEX
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
SCHOOL NAME
NUMBER 14 A LINCOLN
NUMBER 13 B FRANKLIN
NUMBER 12 ELMORA
NUMBER 1 G WASHINGTON
NUMBER 77 MCAULIFFE MS
NUMBER 76 REILLY MS
NUMBER 75 BATTIN MS
NUMBER 72 HAMILTON MS
NUMBER 71 MABEL HOLMES MS
NUMBER 70 CLEVELAND MS
NUMBER 22 WILLIAM F HALLORAN
WALNUT AVENUE SCHOOL
ORANGE AVENUE SCHOOL
LIVINGSTON AVENUE SCHOOL
HILLSIDE AVENUE SCHOOL
BROOKSIDE PLACE
BLOOMINGDALE AVENUE SCHOOL
VALLEY ROAD
FRANK K HEHNLY
CARL H KUMPF
WILLIAM WOODRUFF
THOMAS P HUGHES
MOUNTAIN PARK
EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER-HAMIL TERRACE
COLUMBIA
WALNUT RIDGE
GRADES 6-8
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
40
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
45
45
40
30
30
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
10-18
40- 45
45
45
45
45
45
40
43
43
42
35- 46
2- 4
5
4
4
4
4
2
5
5
5
1- 5
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
3
2
2
4
2
3
2
5
2
2
1
4
1
5
1
2
1
1
1
4
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
98
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
ELIZABETH CITY
GARWOOD BORO
GARWOOD BORO
HILLSIDE TWP
HILLSIDE TWP
HILLSIDE TWP
HILLSIDE TWP
HILLSIDE TWP
KENILWORTH BORO
KENILWORTH BORO
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
COUNTY
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
SCHOOL NAME
NUMBER 1
NUMBER 10 HIGHLAND AVENUE
MYLES J MCMANUS MS
JOSEPH E SOEHL MS
HARDING
DAVID BREARLEY HS
WALTER O KRUMBIEGEL
HURDEN LOOKER
GEORGE WASHINGTON
CALVIN COOLIDGE
ABRAM P MORRIS-SAYBROOK
WASHINGTON
LINCOLN/FRANKLIN
NUMBER 6 LAFAYETTE
NUMBER 3 PETERSTOWN
NUMBER 26 WESTMINSTER AVENUE
NUMBER 25 CHARLES HUDSON
NUMBER 23 N M BUTLER
NUMBER 21 VICTOR MRAVLAG
NUMBER 20 JOHN MARSHALL
NUMBER 2 WINFIELD SCOTT
NUMBER 19 WOODROW WILSON
NUMBER 18 ROBERT MORRIS
NUMBER 17 T ROOSEVELT
NUMBER 16 MADISON MONROE
NUMBER 15 C COLUMBUS
GRADES 6-8
25
15- 25
MISSING
30
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
20- 40
2
2
MISSING
1
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
2- 5
36
36
MISSING
18
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
35-36
36
5
5
MISSING
MISSING
40
2.5
40
MISSING
80
5
40
MISSING
2- 4
2
40
40
2- 4
2- 4
45
40
36
36
MISSING
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
ALL
ALL
ALL
2
1
2
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
3
2
3
4
6
SOME REPORTED
4
1
ALL
3
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
1
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
2
5
ALL
5
ALL
ALL
2
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
ALL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
99
DISTRICT NAME
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
LINDEN CITY
MOUNTAINSIDE BORO
MOUNTAINSIDE BORO
NEW PROVIDENCE BORO
NEW PROVIDENCE BORO
NEW PROVIDENCE BORO
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
PLAINFIELD CITY
RAHWAY CITY
RAHWAY CITY
RAHWAY CITY
COUNTY
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
MADISON
GROVER CLEVELAND
FRANKLIN
WOODLAND
WASHINGTON
MAXSON
JEFFERSON
HUBBARD
FREDERIC W COOK
EVERGREEN
EMERSON
DEWITT D BARLOW
CLINTON
CHARLES H STILLMAN
CEDARBROOK
SALT BROOK
NEW PROVIDENCE MS
ALLEN W ROBERTS
DEERFIELD ES
BEECHWOOD SCHOOL
NUMBER 9 DEERFIELD TERR
NUMBER 8
NUMBER 6
NUMBER 5
NUMBER 4 ANNEX
NUMBER 2
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
25- 40
30
30- 40
40
40
30
80
40
40
30- 42
30- 42
46
42
15- 25
15- 25
15- 25
15
15- 25
15- 25
3
1
1
1
1
1
2- 3
1-1.5
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
40
38
42
40
42
46
2.5
5
2
5
2
5
20
18
36
36
36
10-36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
3
1
2
1
2
1
1
4
1
3
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
100
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
DISTRICT NAME
RAHWAY CITY
RAHWAY CITY
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE BORO
ROSELLE PARK BORO
ROSELLE PARK BORO
ROSELLE PARK BORO
ROSELLE PARK BORO
ROSELLE PARK BORO
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SCOTCH PLAINS-FANWOOD REG
SPRINGFIELD TWP
SPRINGFIELD TWP
SPRINGFIELD TWP
SPRINGFIELD TWP
SUMMIT CITY
SUMMIT CITY
COUNTY
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
SCHOOL NAME
FRANKLIN ES
BRAYTON ES
THELMA L SANDMEIER
JAMES CALDWELL
FLORENCE M GAUDINEER
EDWARD V WALTON
WILLIAM J MCGINN
TERRILL MS
SCHOOL 1
PARK MS
J ACKERMAN COLES
HOWARD B BRUNNER
EVERGREEN
SHERMAN
ROSELLE PARK MS
ROSELLE PARK HS
ROBERT GORDON
ERNEST J FINIZIO - ALDENE
WILDAY
WASHINGTON
LEONARD V MOORE
HARRISON
DR CHARLES C POLK SCHOOL
ABRAHAM CLARK HS
ROOSEVELT
RAHWAY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
GRADES 6-8
30- 45
30- 45
30
30
42
40
40
47
40
40
40
45
30
45
30
30
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
1- 2
4.5
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
36
36
36
36
10
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
42
47
47
MISSING
42
45
45
44
46
4.5- 5
3- 5
3- 5
MISSING
5
1
1
5
5
10-36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
1
1
4
5
4
1
6
5
2
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
101
DISTRICT NAME
SUMMIT CITY
SUMMIT CITY
SUMMIT CITY
SUMMIT CITY
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
UNION TWP
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WESTFIELD TOWN
WINFIELD TWP
ALLAMUCHY TWP
ALPHA BORO
BELVIDERE TOWN
BELVIDERE TOWN
COUNTY
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
UNION
WARREN
WARREN
WARREN
WARREN
THIRD STREET
OXFORD STREET
ALPHA BOROUGH
ALLAMUCHY TOWNSHIP CONSOLIDATED
WINFIELD TOWNSHIP
WILSON
WASHINGTON
THOMAS EDISON INTERMEDIATE
TAMAQUES
ROOSEVELT INTERMEDIATE
MCKINLEY
JEFFERSON
FRANKLIN
WASHINGTON
LIVINGSTON
KAWAMEEH MS
HANNAH CALDWELL ES
FRANKLIN
CONNECTICUT FARMS
CENTRAL FIVE-JEFFERSON
BURNET MS
BATTLE HILL
WASHINGTON ES
SUMMIT MS
LINCOLN-HUBBARD ES
JEFFERSON ES
SCHOOL NAME
GRADES 6-8
20
25- 55
MISSING
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
40
35
30- 45
30- 45
30- 45
36
36
36
2
2
2
36
36
MISSING
36
36
2
2
MISSING
1
2
36
12
1
2
12
2
5
42
1- 5
MISSING
5
5
5
20
55
MISSING
42
42
43
36
36
36
MISSING
36
36
6-36
1
1
1
4
6
3
12
1
1
12
1
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
2
2
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
SOME REPORTED
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
4
3
12
6-36
1
5
1
43
SOME REPORTED
ALL
12
5
1
18-36
SOME REPORTED
2.5- 5
36
1- 2
49
SOME REPORTED
36
2
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
SOME REPORTED
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
36
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
1- 2
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
102
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
WARREN HILLS REGIONAL
WARREN
NORTH WARREN REGIONAL
WARREN
POHATCONG TWP
MANSFIELD TWP
WARREN
WARREN
LOPATCONG TWP
WARREN
PHILLIPSBURG TOWN
LOPATCONG TWP
WARREN
PHILLIPSBURG TOWN
KNOWLTON TWP
WARREN
WARREN
HOPE TWP
WARREN
WARREN
HARMONY TWP
WARREN
PHILLIPSBURG TOWN
HACKETTSTOWN
WARREN
WARREN
HACKETTSTOWN
WARREN
PHILLIPSBURG TOWN
HACKETTSTOWN
WARREN
WARREN
GREENWICH TWP
WARREN
OXFORD TWP
GREENWICH TWP
WARREN
PHILLIPSBURG TOWN
GREAT MEADOWS REGIONAL
WARREN
WARREN
GREAT MEADOWS REGIONAL
WARREN
WARREN
FRELINGHUYSEN TWP
GREAT MEADOWS REGIONAL
WARREN
FRANKLIN TWP
WARREN
WARREN
DISTRICT NAME
BLAIRSTOWN TWP
COUNTY
WARREN
SCHOOL NAME
WARREN HILLS REG MS
POHATCONG TOWNSHIP ES
MIDDLE
GREEN STREET
FREEMAN
BARBER
ANDOVER MORRIS
OXFORD CENTRAL
N WARREN REG HS
MANSFIELD TOWNSHIP ES
LOPATCONG MS
LOPATCONG ES
KNOWLTON TOWNSHIP ES
HOPE TOWNSHIP
HARMONY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL
WILLOW GROVE STREET
HATCHERY HILL
HACKETTSTOWN MS
THE GREENWICH SCHOOL
STEWARTSVILLE ES
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP ES
INDEPENDENCE TOWNSHIP CENTRAL
GREAT MEADOWS REG MS
FRELINGHUYSEN TOWNSHIP
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP CONSOLIDATED
BLAIRSTOWN ES
GRADES 6-8
45
25- 30
20- 40
45
30- 45
45
45
30- 42
45
45
40
35
25
42
40
30
1
1- 3
1- 2
5
1
1
1
1
2
2
5
2
5
1- 2
1
1- 2
36
36
18-36
9
20
36
36
36
36
36
9
36
36
36
30
36
50
45
45
30
44
40
45
45
45
42
40
35
25- 40
42
40
30
4
1
5
3
5
1
5
1
1- 5
2-4.5
5
3
5
2
1
2
36
36
18
36
18-36
36
9
36
36
36
9-36
36
36
36
30
36
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
5
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
SOME REPORTED
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
103
EAST ORANGE COMMUNITY CS
ELYSIAN CS OF HOBOKEN
EMILY FISHER CS OF ADV.STUDIES
ENGLEWOOD ON THE PALISADES
GALLOWAY COMMUNITY CS
GATEWAY CS
GRANVILLE CS
GRAY CS
GREATER BRUNSWICK CS
HOBOKEN CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
LADY LIBERTY ACADEMY CS
LEAP ACADEMY UNIVERSITY C
LEARNING COMMUNITY CS
LIBERTY ACADEMY CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
CHARTER
JERSEY CITY GOLDEN DOOR
DISCOVERY CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
CLASSICAL ACADEMY CS OF CLIFTON
CHARTER
JERSEY CITY COMM. CS
CAMDEN'S PROMISE CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
WHITE TWP
WARREN
HOPE ACADEMY CS
WASHINGTON TWP
WARREN
INTERNATIONAL CS OF TRENT
WASHINGTON TWP
WARREN
CHARTER
WASHINGTON BORO
WARREN
CHARTER
DISTRICT NAME
WASHINGTON BORO
COUNTY
WARREN
SCHOOL NAME
LIBERTY ACADEMY CS
LEARNING COMMUNITY CS
LEAP ACADEMY UNIVERSITY CS
LADY LIBERTY ACADEMY CS
JERSEY CITY GOLDEN DOOR
JERSEY CITY COMMUNITY CS
INTERNATIONAL CS OF TRENT
HOPE ACADEMY CS
HOBOKEN CS
GREATER BRUNSWICK CS
GRAY CS
GRANVILLE CS
GATEWAY CS
GALLOWAY COMMUNITY CS
ENGLEWOOD ON THE PALISADES
EMILY FISHER CS OF ADV STUDIES
ELYSIAN CS OF HOBOKEN
EAST ORANGE COMMUNITY CS
DISCOVERY CS
CLASSICAL ACADEMY CS OF CLIFTON
CAMDEN'S PROMISE CS
WHITE TOWNSHIP CONSOLIDATED
PORT COLDEN
BRASS CASTLE
WASHINGTON MEMORIAL ES
TAYLOR STREET ES
GRADES 6-8
45
45
45
40- 50
40
30
45
50
40
30- 45
25
45
30
40
40
30
20
1
1
1-2.5
MISSING
3
1- 2
2
1- 2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
36
36
36
12
36
36
24-36
36
36
36
36
25
36
36
36
36
36
1
45
2
1-2.5
45
60
MISSING
3
30
50
2- 3
45
2
2
42
50
1
3
57
40
1.5- 2
ALL
25
1
45
45-135
ALL
36
5
52
SOME REPORTED
36
ALL
36
ALL
36
36
ALL
36
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
12
ALL
ALL
36
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
36
36
ALL
36
NONE REPORTED
ALL
36
ALL
ALL
9
1
65
ALL
36
ALL
1
2
SOME REPORTED
1
36
1
40
30- 40
ALL
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
36
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
1
1
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
30
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
104
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
THE RED BANK CS
TRENTON COMMUNITY CS
UNITY CS
VILLAGE CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
TEANECK COMMUNITY CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
TEAM ACADEMY CHARTER SCH
CHARTER
CHARTER
SOARING HEIGHTS CS
SUSSEX COUNTY CS FOR TECH
SCHOMBURG CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
ROBERT TREAT ACADEMY CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
PRINCETON CS
QUEEN CITY ACADEMY CS
CHARTER
PLEASANTVILLE CS FOR AC.EXC
CHARTER
CHARTER
PLEASANTECH ACADEMY CS
OCEANSIDE CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
NORTH STAR ACAD.CS OF NEWARK
CHARTER
PACE CS OF HAMILTON
NEWARK CS
CHARTER
PATERSON CS FOR SCIENCE & TECH
NEW HORIZONS COMM. CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
MARION P.THOMAS CS
CHARTER
CHARTER
DISTRICT NAME
MARIA L.VARISCO-ROGERS C
COUNTY
CHARTER
SCHOOL NAME
VILLAGE CS
UNITY CS
TRENTON COMMUNITY CS
THE RED BANK CS
TEANECK COMMUNITY CS
TEAM ACADEMY CS
SUSSEX COUNTY CS FOR TECH
SOARING HEIGHTS CS
SCHOMBURG CS
ROBERT TREAT ACADEMY CS
QUEEN CITY ACADEMY CS
PRINCETON CS
PLEASANTVILLE CS FOR AC EXCELLENCE
PLEASANTECH ACADEMY CS
PATERSON CS FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
PACE CS OF HAMILTON
OCEANSIDE CS
NORTH STAR ACADEMY CS OF NEWARK
NEWARK CS
NEW HORIZONS COMMUNITY CS
MARION P THOMAS CS
MARIA L VARISCO-ROGERS CS
GRADES 6-8
30
40
50
55
45
45
50
45
30- 45
25- 40
45
30
30
1- 2
2- 3
1
1-2.5
1
2
2
1- 2
3- 5
1-1.5
4
0.5
1
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
32
36
36
9
36
9
30
40
50
55
45
43
45
50
45
45
40
45
30
45
MISSING
1
3
1
2.5
2.5
5
2
2
2- 3
5
2
4
1
1
MISSING
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
18
32
36
36
9
9
36
MISSING
MINUTES
MINUTES
INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS INSTRUCTION # SESSIONS # WEEKS
PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR PER SESSION PER WEEK PER YEAR
GRADES K-5
WORLD LANGUAGES PROGRAMS IN K-8 2003-04
# WLS
TEACHERS
IN SCHOOL
# WLS TEACHERS
SHARED ACROSS
DISCTRICT
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
NONE REPORTED
ALL
ALL
NONE REPORTED
NONE REPORTED
ALL
K-8 WLS
PROGRAM IN
ALL GRADES
A REPORT ON THE STATE OF
WORLD LANGUAGES IMPLEMENTATION
IN NEW JERSEY
105
Published by:
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P. O. Box 500
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
http://www.state.nj.us/education
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