In our ongoing efforts to close the opportunity gap for immigrant families in the education system, OneAmerica also advocated for the expansion of the World Language Credit Program through south King County. The World Language Credit program is an elective credits program through which students can receive up to four (4) elective credits for fluency in a non-English language. These credits are used toward graduation and are required by four-year colleges in Washington. By working with legislators in Olympia, we were able to assure that the World Language Credit program was extended to many districts including all seven school districts in south King County.