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- Government toughens rules for people seeking citizenship with new English language requirements 15 February 2019
- Children who eat lunch score 18 percent higher in reading tests 15 February 2019
- 'These kids are isolated': Arizona lawmakers weigh how to teach non-English speaking students 15 February 2019
- TESOL Press 15 February 2019
- 5 strategies to improve the learning experience for K-12 students 15 February 2019
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Category Archives: TESOL Leadership Blog
TESOL affiliate Argentina TESOL held its annual convention in May, and TESOL Board Member Misty Adoniou was invited to deliver a keynote. In this post, she discusses her visit with ARTESOL.
This is National Volunteer Week! What better way to begin my TESOL President’s Blog series. It provides us with a wonderful opportunity to recognize the importance of volunteers for our association. Without their willingness to devote many hours of their … Continue reading
With the recent proposals regarding TESOL International Association’s affiliate relations and knowledge-based member communities, the association’s governance review process is moving into its final phase. I think it is appropriate therefore to summarize the findings of the Governance Review Task … Continue reading
The theme for CATESOL 2016, held in San Diego, last month (17–20 November) was 2020 Vision: Embracing the Past, Planning the Future. In the abstract for my plenary, titled “2020: Where Hindsight and Foresight (Might) Meet,” I wrote: “Predictions about the … Continue reading
As part of its comprehensive review of governance processes and structures, TESOL International Association has been examining the function and structure of its knowledge-based member communities (KBMCs). Currently known as interest sections, these communities have been a central means for … Continue reading