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- CLTA Annual Conference with reduced rates for members.The CLTA Annual Conference is in Sacramento at the Doubletree, Arden on March 5-8, 2014. It consists of two full days of workshops and a day a half of general and special interest sessions. We look forward to seeing you in Sacramento!Special WorkshopsWorkshops TBA.PublicationsQuarterly CLTA Online Newsletter is Coming Soon to your Inbox!
- GrantsGrants include CLTA Memorial Scholarships and LANGABROD grants to travel abroad and a CLTA Travel Voucher, grants from the Spanish Ministry of Education and the Goethe Institut, with financial support for FL teachers to study outside the United States the TAAKALAAT Grants, which provide funding for teachers in small groups to meet and chat in the language they teach and stipends from the French and Spanish Goverments, the Goethe Institut, the Japan Foundation, and other agencies to attend the annual Summer Seminar for Language
Teachers can connect at http://www.clta.net to a wealth of information, including suggested instructional activities, cultural and other resources, and links to the CWLP, CWLP sites and other organizations.
The Jobs Board enables teachers seeking positions to post their availability and schools seeking teachers to post their vacancies. The bulletin board can be reached on CLTA’s web site at http://www.clta.net/jobs/.
The Advocacy group provides both information to legislators on the nature of legislation to improve WL instruction and information to CLTA members on the status of legislative activity affecting WL education in the state and on the national level.
CLTA awards Outstanding Teacher Awards, President’s Award, National Textbook Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, and other citations for contributions from teachers, administrators, and members of the community.
We collaborate with 15 regional language affiliates throughout the state, California Foreign Language Project, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, and the California Department of Education.