Ambassador François Delattre was in Philadelphia on November 17 to support teachers of French at the conference of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), America's largest convention of language teachers.
The New York French American Charter School is a growing community school with a global focus. As the only free, bi-lingual French Charter School in the U.S., they are also the only school to offer immersive French courses to children with special needs in the CTT classes...
In September 2012, PS 58 will offer two Dual Language classes in all grades from Kindergarten to Fifth Grade. Most students move up each year as a cohort into the next grade, so there are very limited seats available for French-speaking children in First grade and up.
MS 51, a screened middle school in Park Slope, Brooklyn, will be starting a new French Dual Language (DL) program next fall (2013) for incoming sixth grade students. The program is open to participants in elementary school DL and bilingual programs, as well as English Language Learners and French heritage language speakers.
A frustrated bear goes in search of his teddy bear in Gaétan Dorémus’ irreverent children’s tale Bear Despair, which the New York Times has just named one of its ten Best Illustrated Children’s Books of 2012.
Monitored by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, the Teaching Assistantship Program offers young Americans (ages 20-30) the opportunity to live and work in France for 7 to 9 months, teaching English to French students from primary to high school levels.
Following Hurricane Sandy’s devastating effects on the New York City area, and bearing in mind the hardship, not to say the impossibility which traveling to and within New York would have involved for our panelists and the many people who had registered for the Living in Two Languages conference, we have decided it would be best to postpone this special event. Details on an alternative date will follow as soon as possible.
Ceci n’est pas… is a project that explores the connections between contemporary art in France and Los Angeles through a series of exhibitions and artist residencies.
The members of the PUF Grant Review Committee met on Friday June 29th, 2012 under the co-presidency of Professor Patrick Louchouarn, and Dr. Christophe Laux in order to choose the laureates among the 98 grant applications of the fifth call for projects.