Parents all around the country are thinking of fun ways to eliminate boredom for their children while keeping them engaged while they are out of school, whether its doing an arts project, going outside for a walk or helping parents finish a home renovation project. But have you consider helping your child learn a new language?

Last week, Co-President of Rosetta Stone Enterprise, Matt Hulett announced the launch of a free 3-month Rosetta Stone subscription for all students globally. This also includes employees' children.

In a press release, Matt Hulett said “Rosetta Stone is here to support parents and students in this unprecedented time of school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic -- with no strings attached and no pressure to purchase in the future.”

All interested students have to do is visit www.rosettastone.com/freeforstudents to claim their free 3-month subscription.

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