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Volume 22, No. 2 Spring/Summer 1999

New Electronic Products

ERIC/CLL Language Link -- New Online Newsletter

The ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics is pleased to announce the publication of ERIC/CLL Language Link, a quarterly online newsletter.

Each issue of Language Link will focus on a specific theme related to foreign language education, English as a second language, bilingual education, or linguistics. Profiles of relevant books, journals, and recent ERIC documents will follow a feature article on the theme.

Each issue will also feature news from ERIC partners and the ERIC system, as well as information about upcoming conferences and links to organizations and publishers.

The first issue, published in June 1999, focuses on language policy and reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

To subscribe to ERIC/CLL Language Link, send a message to

leaving the subject and message fields blank. You will receive a welcome letter and subscription option information.

If you have any questions about ERIC/CLL Language Link, or if you would like to contribute news about your organization, please send a message to

FAQs and RGOs

Now available on our Web site are FAQs (frequently asked questions) and RGOs (Resource Guides Online) on the following topics:

Each FAQ provides a brief answer to a question and a link to an associated RGO that provides more links, resources, and information. Available on the Web at

National Directory of Early Foreign Language Programs

Where in the U.S. are schools that teach foreign languages to young children?

Now available on our Web site is a new resource with answersa searchable database of nearly 1,500 public and private elementary and middle schools that begin teaching foreign languages before Grade 7.

Included are the following program details:

Available on the Web at

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