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Foreign Language Advocacy

Promoting a Language Proficient Society: What You Can Do
Read this CAL Digest for suggestions for parents, teachers, administrators, and the business community.

Become a Foreign Language Advocate in Your Community
Follow these eight easy steps. You can also contact your representatives in our nation's capital to let them know your stance on foreign language issues.

The Foreign Language Association of Georgia (FLAG)
Follow the suggestions and links to resources provided by FLAG.

The Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research (CALPER)
CALPER has compiled a list of websites, articles, information on brochures that help language educators to prepare for advocating world language programs.


December 8, 2009