The two organizations kick-off a new partnership at upcoming QFI K-16 Arabic Language Forum in Boston, MA to support world language learning. 

American Councils welcomed 22 exchange teachers from Egypt and China to Washington, D.C. during May 5-7, 2016 for the Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP) Spring Leadership Workshop. This end-of-program event was a culminating experience for the educators, who have spent the past nine months teaching Arabic and Chinese language and culture at schools across the United States.

Arabic is more than a language – it connects the cultures, economies, and realities of at least twenty countries in a region at center stage in world affairs today.

The demand for Arabic speakers in the United States has continued to soar in the past decade, while knowledge of Arabic language and culture presents unparalleled opportunities to make a difference in the world. 

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