The US Department of State provides more than 1,000 merit-based scholarships each year for US high school students to study abroad for a summer or an academic year in more than 25 countries. The application period is now open. Scholarships include international airfare, tuition, program costs, as well as meals and housing, often with a host family. Previous language study is not required for most programs. The website provides more information and outreach materials. To receive printed materials about the programs, send an email to email@example.com.
Deadline: December 4, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. (PT), for applications
Thanks to an international partnership between the Mexican Ambassador to the US, Martha Bárcena, and the Center for Applied Linguistics, teachers across the United States have free online access to hundreds of multimedia Spanish resources, including complete textbooks, lesson plans, videoclips, and maps.
Are you unsure of where to start in supporting English learners with exceptional needs?Many educators do not receive training in this critical and complex area, and it can be overwhelming to try to figure it all out on their own. In TESOL’s new online course, “Supporting English Learners with Exceptional Needs,” teachers can build their knowledge of English learners with disabilities and engage in discussions, activities, and projects that will prepare them to help learners reach their potential.
The Comparative Constitutions Project (CCP) launched Constitutein collaboration with Google Ideas in 2013. Accessible in English, Spanish, and Arabic, Constitute is an online environment to read, search, and compare the world’s constitutions.