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No matter where you look, communities are becoming ever more diverse; a reality that is clearly visible in your local schools. One refreshing component of this diversity is the exposure to other languages and cultures. 

As families from other countries adjust to an English-speaking world around them, school systems must ensure that equitable learning outcomes are not only possible but also within the reach of every student.

Interpreters & Translators in Schools

Program Benefits

No Child Left Behind

Language barriers naturally frustrate limit potential. 

Equitable Communications

 Experiences that accommodate your unique needs.

Engaged Families

Empower families to engage and participate.

Measurable Compliance

Tools that define, measure, analyze, improve, and control.

Over 18,000 Interpreters are available on demand. Simply download our app or call our language line to access interpreters in more than 300 languages, including American Sign Language, 24/7/365. You can also schedule an interpreter for an in person meeting through terpX or by calling 877-VOLATIA or emailing

The effort of translating your written materials demonstrates your commitment to foster diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of your business relationships. Volatia can help you turn every written message into the language your customers understand.

Unleash your team with terpX, the most user-friendly and comprehensive Interpreter management and scheduling platform. This proprietary technology is designed with purposeful automations for organizations that provide or manage interpreter services on demand.

DEI Consulting

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are no longer optional dimensions for any business. Volatia guides your organization to develop and implement a language access program that ensures equitable communications for your customers, workforce, vendors, and partners. 

Language Acess Compliance in Education

Transforming the way schools connect and communicate

Executive Order


Affirms Title VI’s language access requirement. 

Compliance requires all recipients of any direct or indirect federal funding to ensure that their programs and activities normally provided in English are accessible to LEP persons and thus do not discriminate on the basis of national origin in violation of Title VI's prohibition against national origin discrimination.

Title VI of 1964 Civil Rights Act

Language access programs that are Powered by Volatia meet the requirements set forth in Title VI of the  1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of national origin.

Other Statutes

Other statutes touching on equal opportunity for children (and their parents) to participate in the educational process include the Equal Educational Opportunity ActTitle III of No Child Left Behind Act, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.

Take our Language Access Program Survey

School systems across the country are facing a rising demand for interpreters and translators, even in languages of lesser diffusion. As a company that supports Language Access Programs for Schools, Volatia conducts surveys like this one, in school systems, as a measure of our continuous improvement efforts.


Please take a moment to share your experience even if it's by answering JUST ONE QUESTION.  Thank you!

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Experience The Difference

Volatia has an intimate understanding of the communication barriers that English learners and LEP families experience in education. Our founder and CEO, Baraka Kasongo, was an English learner at William Fleming High School, and his family’s English proficiency was limited during his entire high school experience. For this reason, our school language access programs are designed to empower LEP families and support the teachers who work tirelessly to build lasting connections with their children. 

Our Service Plans

Customize and manage the cost of your language access program 


Annual Plan

The plan is designed for organizations and individuals with a set budget for language services and generally offers more services for less because of the price commitment and early payment. 

Pay As-You-Go

Only pay for what you use. The pay as-you-go model is designed for organizations and individuals who have no dedicated budget for language services or those who do not know how often the services will be needed. 


The Hybrid option was designed for organizations and individuals who want the benefit lower pricing that comes with the annual plan but don't have enough budget to cover their annual needs. Once their budget is spent, a pay-as you-go model is then implemented.

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