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Submitter: Scott McGinnis

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How might strategic language requirements and higher education interests
converge? Should higher education be concerned about the shortages of
multi-lingual speakers? Who sets the standards and where should the
funding come from? If our K-12 students do not learn the value of a
second language, can we expect them to embrace language learning later
in life? Does a national language policy make sense? Where does
technology fit in language acquisition programs? What new technologies
can we look forward to?

Produced in cooperation with the Digital Stream Conference & CSU
Monterey Bay. Target Audience: K-12 & higher education, language
teaching faculty, political science faculty, government agencies &
nonprofit organizations.

HOST-CASEY GREEN-Founder & Director, Campus Computing Projec
- Sabine Atwell, Dean of the Proficiency Standards Division, Defense
Language Institute
- Frank Borchardt, Professor, Duke University
- Richard Brecht, Director of the National Foreign Language Center
- Elizabeth Hoffman, Distance Learning Consultant, Nebraska Dep't. of
- Everette Jordan, National Security Agency § Prof. Bernd Rüschoff,
Essen University, President EUROCALL
- Bogdan B. Sagatov, Master Linguist & Senior Language
Instructor/Developer for the Department of Defense
- Duarte Silva, Executive Director of the California Foreign Language
Project, in the Center for Educational Research in the School of
Education at Stanford University
- Y. H. Tohsaku, Professor & Director, Language Program University of
California, San Diego

Issue Number: 13.682
Date Posted: March 13, 2002

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