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State Department to Create On-line English Program

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The U.S. Department of State is planning to create an on-line program to help disadvantaged youths outside of the United States learn English, according to a summary of the project posted by TESOL in the News. The program will be free. I hope that ELLs living in the United States will also be able to access it.

The U.S. Department of Education just released an online program, USALearns, designed for adult ELLs living inside the United States to learn English. Larry Ferlazzo says his high school ELLs have found it engaging.

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Mary Ann,

This is interesting. I've just sent an email to people at USA Learns to find-out if they are connected to this and to find out more information.

Thanks for mentioning it.


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