TESOL Policy Outlook


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Special thanks to Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School.  


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TESOL Policy Outlook: National & Local Policies Affecting Immigrant Learners

Join us for a session with John Segota, TESOL’s Associate Executive Director for Public Policy.

Now that the 2016 election has concluded, where do things stand with the Every Student Succeeds Act and the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act? What will happen in terms of comprehensive immigration reform? What else in education policy is impacting ELLs and the TESOL field? This session will present an overview of the current state of affairs in Washington, DC, and provide an update on national education policy.

2-hour session with time for discussion and questions.

 WHEN Wednesday, December 14, 2016 from 7-9pm
 WHERE 1100 Harvard Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 (Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School)
  Metro accessible - Columbia Heights Metro (Yellow/Green lines). Buses H2, H3, H4, H8. D32, 52, 53, 54.  Street parking available. Paid parking at DCUSA, located just a few blocks away.
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John Segota, Associate Executive Director for Public Policy & Professional Relations, has been with TESOL International Association (TESOL) since 1996. John’s responsibilities at TESOL include government relations, policy analysis, media relations and communications, oversight of standards development, and management of TESOL’s advocacy activities. John works closely with TESOL’s senior leadership on policy management, strategic planning, public relations, and governance issues.


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