A non-profit professional development and advocacy professional membership association working to ensure educational excellence and equity for language-minority Americans.
Promotes high levels of literacy in English and in at least one other language.
A state advocacy organization for the rights of language minority children.
Over 1500 students spanning kindergarten to high school graduation are speaking Mandarin and learning to write the traditional complex form of Chinese words or characters on a daily basis during regular school hours in Edmonton public schools.
Dedicated to promoting the study of foreign languages and cultures as an integral component of American education and society.
An organization for educators involved in teaching foreign languages to children. The mission of the organization is to promote opportunities for all children to develop a high level of competence in at least one language in addition to their own.
National volunteer organization dedicated to the promotion and creation of French second language educational learning opportunities for British Columbia and Yukon French immersion and FSL/core French students.
Professional association. Newsletter and conference information.
Located at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. One of seven centers funded by the U.S. Department of Education, committed to improving foreign language education in America's primary and secondary schools.