Committee for Linguistics in Education [CLiE]

CLiE is a joint committee of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain and the British Association for Applied Linguistics, with experts in language and how it works. CLiE builds bridges between researchers and practitioners in the teaching of modern foreign languages, English, and linguistics. CLiE makes evidence-based comments on education policy, curriculum & assessment.

Linguistic Society of America – Linguistics in the School Curriculum Committee [LSA – LSCC]

LSA is a scholarly society for linguists and other interested individuals. LSA members include students, faculty, and linguists working in government, non-profit organizations, and industry. The mission of LSA is to advance the scientific study of language.  LSA plays a critical role in the development and dissemination of linguistic scholarship for the advancement of knowledge and betterment of society. 

MLE International – Multilingual Education for All

MLE International focuses on policy and practice in L1-based multilingual education, particularly in low-resourced contexts in the Africa, Latin America and Asia/Pacific regions. It has been founded to organise much-needed technical and human resources and channel them into implementational spaces.

The World of Languages and Languages of the World (WoLLoW)

The WoLLoW resources and lesson content have been created to encourage children to be curious about languages, to understand the links and see patterns between languages, and to help them to think about how a language works. WoLLoW’s goal is for pupils to be filled with the wonder how languages intermingle, how they have built on each other and how they enhance our lives.