The Teachers We Need: Transforming World Language Education in the United States
Ingold, C. W., & Wang, S. C. (2010). College Park, MD:
National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland.
Resource Guide to Developing Linguistic and Cultural Competency in the United States
This Resource Guide to Developing Linguistic and Cultural Competency in the United States is a companion to the White Paper, The Teachers We Need: Transforming World Language Education in the United States. The guide includes a variety of resources to support American educators in implementing effective World Language education and transforming the World Language teacher supply system to meet 21st century needs. Among the resources that the guide brings together are summaries of research studies demonstrating the benefits of world language study, survey results, examples of best practices, and established standards and assessment tools specific to the field of world language education. Also included are tools for advocacy and information regarding examples of support for language students, teachers, and program heads.
Building the Foreign Language Capacity We Need: Toward a Comprehensive Strategy for a National Language Framework
Margaret E. Malone, Center for Applied Linguistics
National Capacity in Language and Area Studies, Post 9/11: An Evaluation of the Impact of Title VI/Fulbright-Hays of the Higher Education Act
Richard D. Brecht, Center for Advanced Study of Language
Ewa M. Golonka, Center of Advanced Study of Language
Mary Elizabeth Hart, The National Foreign Language Center
William P. Rivers , Center for Advanced Study of Language
University of Maryland
Report of the Task Force on the Preservation of Heritage Language Skills in Maryland
Submitted to the Governor and Maryland General Assembly January 1, 2009