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Join the Conversation on September 17
Although the students from countries outside of the United States continue to experience ever increasing restrictions in entrance and access to the United States, the needs and demands continue and those serving these populations require support and accurate information.
In this live online conversation, CAL brings together top minds to discuss the challenges educators, researchers, and policy makers face in identifying and serving the immigrant and refugee populations within the United States and throughout the world.
Space is limited. Please RSVP by Sept. 10.
News From Inside the Center for Applied Linguistics
Adult English Language Assessment Approval Extended Through 2023
The Department of Education announces the approval of BEST Plus 2.0 and BEST Literacy through February, 2023.

CAL Presidente Ofrece Recursos en el Programa de Entrevistas de Radio Nacional, Nuestros Niños 
Dr. Joel Gómez provides information on free resources that CAL is offering to parents of bilingual children via the live national radio broadcast, Nuestros Niños. (In Spanish)
PD Team "Leans In" To Virtual Trainings
CAL has been leading the way in vritual trainings. "I would absolutely recommend CAL Institutes to anyone who wants to focus their practice and work on building relationships through the screen."
2020 Scholars Graduate from English for Heritage Language Speaker (EHLS) Program
On August 28, CAL celebrated the graduation of the 2020 EHLS cohort. The EHLS program is an intensive program of study for non-native English speakers housed at Georgetown University.
CAL Staff & Board Member Selected To Serve On Spanish & Biliteracy Assessment Council
Dr. Igone Arteagoitia and Dr. Kathy Escamilla have accepted an invitation to serve on the Spanish and Bi-literacy Assessment Council established by Renaissance.
CAL Presents at Virtual Heritage Language Conference in October
On October 9 and 10, the Coalition of Community-Based Heritage Language Schools will host its fall conference (vritually). CAL's very own, Trey Calvin, is a featured speaker and panelist.  
Tune In Tomorrow for the World Premiere
Just like spoken languages, sign languages have dialect.
Black ASL is the unique dialect of American Sign Language (ASL) that developed within historically segregated African American Deaf communities. Largely unknown to outsiders, Black ASL has become a symbol of solidarity and a vital part of identity within the Black Deaf community.
Premieres on September 9 at 12:00 PM ET
"Teacher Collaboration: Aligning Content and Language Instruction"
Free Webinar Tomorrow September 9 @ 3:30 PM ET
This webinar will examine the policy context for content and language teacher collaboration, share research-based practices and resources, and highlight promising practices for teacher collaboration, and professional development in the post COVID-19 context.

Join presenters from Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) and Regional Education Laboratories (REL) Southwest for a discussion on fostering successful content and language teacher collaboration.

Engage Learners With These Authentic Spanish Resources Provided by the Embassy of Mexico!
Browse our library of authentic resources available for early and middle grade levels at www.RedBilingueMexUS.org.
>> Explore CAL's Full Online Library of Resources
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