Connect with the Coalition for Community-Based Heritage Language Schools

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The Coalition of Community-Based Heritage Language Schools includes a wide array of program sizes and types and dozens of languages that are spoken by heritage and diaspora communities across the U.S. If you work with a heritage langauge school, or if you would like to, this organization and its events and resources could be very helpful! In particular, take a look at the

2023 Conference Announcement

REGISTER NOW for the 10th Annual Community-Based Heritage Language Schools Conference! 

October 13-14, 2023 | Attend in Washington, D.C. or Online

The conference will be hybrid, held both on site at American University and online.

Explore the conference website, see the full conference schedule, learn about our plenary speakers, and register here! The registration fee for on-site participation covers refreshments, lunch, and a reception. In addition, on-site participants can get together for a meet and greet at a local restaurant on Friday evening. See the AU webpage for a list of hotels with discounted rates.

Plenary Speakers 

  • Shuhan Wang, Ph.D. | Telling the Stories of Community-Based Language Schools in the United States
  • Felix Kronenberg, Ph.D. | Supporting Sustainable Less Commonly Taught Community-Based Language Programs
  • Kristin Davin, Ph.D. | Motivating Students to Continue Language Development With the Seal of Biliteracy

Share the conference Facebook event widely and invite your colleagues!

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Download the flyer: Coalition-of-CBHL-Schools-Conference-Announcement-July-2023.pdf

Ask to Join the LinkedIn Group

As a way to help virtual participants connect and share resources, I (Amanda Lanier) started this LinkedIn group during the 2022 CBHLS Conference. If you want to join, send me a message on LinkedIn.

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