AWLA's mission is to motivate educators to contribute to and to advocate for improved world language learning environments for all students at all levels. AWLA is working to raise public awareness on the benefits of language learning in order to influence the direction of world language education in Alabama. Our goals include:
Advocacy begins with you! How can you advocate?
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Resources & Links
Seal of Biliteracy
The seal certifies that a student is proficient in all modes of a language, such as speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students will be assessed in their junior or senior years for language proficiency. Qualified students will receive a seal on their high school diploma to signify the award along with a certificate of achievement. Learn more here!
Want to get involved?
The Joint National Committee for Languages and the National Council for Languages and International Studies (JNCL-NCLIS) is our presence in Washington, DC. If you would like to go to Capitol Hill or learn more about how you can advocate for languages, visit the JNCL-NCLIS online.