Foreign Language Association of North Carolina
Join the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and the Title IV, Part A Coalition to urge Congress to fully fund the Title IV, Part A block grant!
SCOLT 2017 - March 16-18 Orlando
Click HERE to see the conference program!
Early bird registration through Tuesday, February 28th
exciting conference updates!
https://crowd.cc/flanc2016 for online 2016 Fall Conference Program
and for downloading app to mobile device
To access any documents uploaded by presenters:
- At the app website, click on "Speakers" on the left side of the page
- Click on "Speakers by Name"
- Search for the presenter(s) of the sessions you are interested in. If the presenters had any documents uploaded, it will be accessible from their speaker profile.
2015 Friend of FLANC Award goes to Representative David Price
Click Here for Letter of Acceptance
FLANC Past Presidents enjoyed the Annual Past President's Dinner
From left, Front row - Carolyn Wright, Mary Lynn Redmond, Janis Antonek, Jane Mitchell, Leslie Baldwin
Back row - Carmen Scoggins, Thomas Soth, Karen Tharrington
2017 Fall Conference is set for October 20-21 in Durham/RTP, NC
||ACTFL Videotaped Session features FLANC's Carmen Scoggins|
is the mission of the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina to
promote opportunities for all students from kindergarten through post
graduate studies to develop a high level of competence in at least one
language in addition to their own; to provide leadership, support and
service to those committed to language learning; and to coordinate the
efforts of all those involved in education to make language learning in
programs of excellence a reality for all.
Click Here for North Carolina News, here for information about our regions and here to read about our FLANC Incredible Teacher Showcase Stories.