Language and Inclusion: Linguistic Equity and Cultural Proficiency
A special networking event presented by the Center for Applied Linguistics
Seating is limited. Please RSVP for this free interactive event honoring International Mother Language Day 2017 by sending an email with your name and organization to email@example.com.
About the event
With ever-increasing diversity in schools and communities around the country, the need to create educational access and opportunity for every student has never been greater. In celebration of International Mother Language Day (IMLD), CAL is pleased to host a collaborative and interactive event designed to promote linguistic equity and cultural proficiency in our schools.
The afternoon will focus on promoting cultural proficiency as an effective approach to create communities of inclusion in our schools, with practical tools and tips on how to create educational access and boost the achievement of all students. Participants will also collaborate with their fellow educators on effective ways to engage school communities in the creation of a more inclusive climate for all students and their families, in particular for students who are bilingual and bicultural.
- Annie Duguay, Director, Pre-K12 EL Programs, Center for Applied Linguistics
- Dr. José Medina, Director, Dual Language and Bilingual Education, Center for Applied Linguistics
- Dr. Terrence G. Wiley, President & CEO, Center for Applied Linguistics
Center for Applied Linguistics
4646 40th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Directions to CAL
RSVP today by sending an email with your name and organization to firstname.lastname@example.org.