2007 Press Releases

TESOL press releases from 2007

Access the Latest 2007 Press Releases Documents:

  • TESOL declares position on English language learners with special education needs (April 2007; 60 KB PDF) 
    At its recent meeting, the Board of Directors of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), approved the association’s position on the identification of English language learners with special education needs.
  • TESOL affirms status and rights of teachers (April 2007; 70 KB PDF) 
    At its recent meeting, the Board of Directors of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), approved the association’s position on the status and rights of teachers worldwide.
  • TESOL Responds to Recent Comments on Bilingual Education (April 2007) 
    Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), a global education association representing more than 14,500 English language educators in over 150 countries, issued the following statement in response to recently publicized comments of former U. S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
  • TESOL to honor Senegalese Telecommunications Executive (March 2007; 89 KB PDF) 
    Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), the global education association representing more than 13,000 English language educators worldwide, announces it will be recognizing Léon-Charles CISS, Director General of Sonatel Mobiles, at the opening plenary of its 41st Annual Convention and Exhibit in Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • TESOL to honor Senator Maria Cantwell (March 2007; 88 KB PDF) 
    Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL), the global education association representing more than 13,000 English language educators worldwide, announces it will be recognizing Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington at the opening plenary of its 41st Annual Convention and Exhibit in Seattle, Washington, USA.
  • TESOL “Spanning the Globe” in Seattle, March 21–24, 2007 (February 2007; 93 KB PDF) 
    With English quickly becoming the language of global communication, where can one go to learn the latest developments in the field of English language teaching?—to the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, in Seattle, Washington, USA, March 21–24, 2007, when Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL) hosts its 41st Annual Convention and Exhibit.
  • TESOL hosts visitors from Argentina 
    On November 15, 2007 two educators from Argetina visited TESOL. The educators, Ms. Patricia Gabriela Alemani and Ms. Sara Vanessa Giuliano met with James Worthen, TESOL Member Relations Manager, to develop a better understanding of the linkages between educational institutions and community ESL programs.
  • TESOL host visitors from China
  • TESOL host visitors from Latvia
  • TESOL host visitor's from Near East & North Africa 
    On October 25, 2007 TESOL hosted visitors from Near East and North Africa. The purpose of their visit to the U.S. is to update and broaden participants’ knowledge and understanding of the U.S. as a subject for academic study, writing, and research. To survey the latest development s in the discipline of American Studies, including teaching methods, curriculum design, and academic resources. To provide opportunities to collect and exchange resources and ideas with U.S. professionals in the field of American Studies and to provide exposure to the geographical, cultural, social, and ethnic diversity of the U.S.