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The EHLS program is looking for an evaluator to asset its instructional program design. Please see the RFP below for more details. Proposals are due to Katherine Moran, Kmoran@cal.org, by April 1.
The Center for Applied Linguistics is excited to announce that Dr. Micheline Chalhoub-Deville will receive the 2022 Charles A. Ferguson Award for Outstanding Scholarship during an online event on March 24.
Shondel Nero, Ed.D., Professor of Language Education at New York University was invited to speak at the 7th Cassidy-Le Page Distinguished Lecture series hosted by the University of the West Indies.
STARTALK has awarded the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL) with a multi-year grant to create publicly accessible web-based resources that highlight U.S. federal government career pathways for heritage language learners in high school through college.
CAL has launched supplementary World Language resources to ensure that the revised 2021 Massachusetts World Languages Curriculum Framework is actionable and inclusive for all educators.
At the end of April, Vice President, Roberta Miceli, will leave her position at the Center for Applied Linguistics to pursue a career in professional leadership coaching.
Dr. Kate Moran has been selected to lead CAL's English for Heritage Language Speakers (EHLS) and Adult Education department as the Director of Adult Language and Communication.
The Center for Applied Linguistics has been a part of the America’s Languages Working Group since its inception, and will continue to play an important role in shaping the conversation around language equity and access in this country.
CAL researchers have developed a native language assessment tool for students of the Choctaw language in Mississippi. The project, "Annopa Tikbishtiya," or "Carry the Language Forward," is ensuring that the language flourishes and grows from generation to generation. "When you see a student demonstrate [proficiency in the language], it gives hope." -Jason Lewis