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Alexandria, VA – The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is pleased to announce Phase III of its ongoing Research Priorities Project. The purpose of Phase III of the ACTFL Research Priorities Project is to support empirical research projects or dissertation studies on five priority areas that are currently critical to improving foreign language education:

Alexandria, VA (July 24, 2013) – Eight recipients/teams have been chosen to participate in Phase II of the ACTFL Research Priorities Project, to conduct research during the 2013-14 academic year. The purpose of the Phase II project is to support empirical research on five priority areas that are critical to improving foreign language education including the following: FL teacher preparation model programs, profiles of high-performing FL teachers, language use in the community, mentoring K-16 FL teachers and classroom discourse, and high-leverage teaching practices.

Alexandria, VA (March 18, 2013) – ACTFL is pleased to announce stage 2 of Phase II of its ongoing Research Priorities Project. The purpose of Phase II is to support empirical research on five priority areas that are critical to improving foreign language education:

Alexandria, VA (February 15, 2013) – ACTFL is pleased to announce Phase II of its ongoing Research Priorities Project. The purpose of Phase II is to support empirical research on five priority areas that are critical to improving foreign language education: