2019 Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference: Promoting Collaboration and Advocacy among Educators, Families, and Researchers
This conference is for program directors and administrators of community-based heritage language schools; members of the language communities involved in these schools; and directors and leaders in public, private, and charter schools who are interested in working with community-based heritage language schools.
Our keynote speakers, Antonella Cortese and Trudi Aberdeen, with the International & Heritage Languages Association (IHLA) in Alberta, Canada, will describe their community-based schools initiatives and propose ways that we can collaborate.
The goals of the conference are to :
- Build partnerships among and across community-based heritage language schools and determine arenas for future action
- Help schools create, strengthen, and build their school structures and activities
- Make clear the importance of community-based heritage language schools in the United States and in the lives of language communities in this country
- Develop information about community-based heritage language schools through a national survey of schools
- Share and make available resources that will be helpful to schools
For more details, please visit the conference website.
Thank you to our conference sponsors! Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL); the National Heritage Language Resource Center (NHLRC) at UCLA and the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).
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