What Is the Global Seal of Biliteracy?

The Global Seal of Biliteracy™ is a uniform standard used to empower awardees to be a valuable asset in multilingual environments. The Global Seal of Biliteracy enables recipients to showcase their language skills to any school or employer across state lines and national borders, with a unique serial-numbered document. 

The Global Seal Pathway to Proficiency: Functional Fluency, Working Fluency, Professional Fluency.

The Global Seal of Biliteracy and Avant: Paving the Way to Multilingual Excellence

Unlocking a world of opportunities for learners of all ages, the Global Seal of Biliteracy stands as a testament to linguistic proficiency. This prestigious certification not only validates your language skills but, as a free and vetted resource, also opens doors to a brighter, more equitable, future.

Global Seal award ribbons.

Pathway Ribbons and Passports: For the Young Explorers

For budding linguists, the Global Seal of Biliteracy offers a dynamic progression through Pathway Ribbons and Passports. These creative milestones guide learners through their language-learning adventure, offering a clear roadmap toward proficiency. Each ribbon represents a new level of mastery, starting at Novice-Mid or A1, fostering a sense of achievement and motivation.

The Journey from Learner to Professional

Language proficiency transcends the classroom. With Avant’s assessments that are developmentally and linguistically appropriate as early as K-1 through adult education, learners can qualify for the Global Seal of Biliteracy at various stages of their language learning journey. And it doesn’t stop there! As you progress into the professional world, your certification serves as a testament to your skills. Employers recognize the Global Seal of Biliteracy as a symbol of excellence, giving you a competitive edge in the job market.

The Global Seal of Biliteracy, with pathway ribbons and passports, and Avant assessments guide learners from all walks of life towards linguistic excellence. 

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