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Join KWLA for its 2017 Fall Conference in September

The Kentucky World Language Association’s Annual Fall Conference is coming Sept. 21-23 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Louisville Airport.

KWLA seeking nominations for World Language Teaching Awards

The Kentucky World Language Association is seeking nominations for several awards, which will be announced at the association’s annual conference in September.

KWLA 2017 state showcase details released

On March 25, several hundred world language students will gather at the new Cathy and Don Jacobs Building at the University of Kentucky for the Kentucky World Language Association’s 2017 State Showcase and Competition.

Principal sees value, rigor in world languages

Western Hills High School Principal Greg Roush honored as 2016 Kentucky World Language Association Administrator of the Year.

New leadership named in language-specific professional organizations

During the Kentucky World Language Association’s annual conference in Louisville, new leadership was elected in five of the six different language-specific state professional organizations.

Roush, Byrd receive top KWLA awards

Franklin County Principal Greg Roush and UK Assistant Professor Brenna Byrd get top honors at Kentucky World Language Association meeting.

Join KWLA for its fall conference in September

The Kentucky World Language Association’s annual Fall Conference is set for Sept. 15-17 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at the Louisville Airport.

Nominations open for KWLA awards

The Kentucky World Language Association is seeking nominations for Outstanding New Teacher, Outstanding Post-Secondary Teacher, Outstanding Teacher (K-16), Outstanding Administrator, Lifetime Achievement, and Amici Linguarum – or “Friend of Languages.”

Japanese language association seeks to connect programs across Kentucky

The Kentucky Association of Japanese Language Teachers seeks to serve the interests and needs of all Japanese teachers in Kentucky at all levels of instruction.

Vive le Français!

Membership in the American Association of Teachers of French can be a critical component for the growth of any school’s French program.