Wall Street Institute First To Put English Language Curriculum To The Test

November 14, 2007

Baltimore, MD – November 14, 2007Wall Street Institute, the world’s premier provider of English language instruction, announced today the findings from a study analyzing the company’s English language training curriculum.  In an industry with little global benchmarking, Wall Street Institute has subjected its proprietary and innovative English education coursework to rigorous and extensive standards testing. The landmark study, conducted with the support of the renowned University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations , demonstrated that Wall Street Institute’s English language curriculum is aligned to the globally recognized Common European Framework Reference for Languages (CEFR) English Proficiency Scales.  

This study is a first of its kind, and a milestone for global English language instruction. It is expected to set a new benchmark for measuring the effectiveness of English language training centers and programs. Its significance is that Wall Street Institute is the first major global ESL provider to set out to verify objectively that their coursework maps accurately and consistently to internationally recognized standards of English language proficiency. 


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