CLASSRoad will be at the STARTALK 10th Anniversary Fall Conference on October 14th and 15th, 2016, in Atlanta. The Fall Conference provides an opportunity for STARTALK grantees to reflect on 2016 programs, attend sessions developed for teaching critical languages, learn about resources that will enr …


The CLASSRoad LangCred team recently provided an online course, LangCred: Discovering Pathways to Japanese Language Credentialing, to individuals interested in learning more about pathways to credentialing for teaching Japanese language and culture. Underwritten by a grant from the Japan Foundation, …


On July 30, 2015, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced the formation of the Commission on Language Learning, a national effort to examine the current state of U.S. language education, to project what the nation’s education needs will be in the future, and to offer recommendations for …


The MLA regards the learning of languages other than English as vital to an understanding of the world; such learning serves as a portal to the literatures, cultures, historical perspectives, and human experiences that constitute the human record. Pragmatically, we believe in the value of becoming p …


The Telegraph All children are to be taught a foreign language from the age of seven, the U.K. Government will announce this week. Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, will say that subjects such as French, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Latin or Greek will be made a compulsory part of the primary sch …