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Interest Sections, Affiliates, and Caucuses
Network with colleagues via Interest Sections -- groups of members who share professional areas of interest, Caucuses -- forums for members who have social, demographic, or cultural ideologies in common, or Affiliates -- regional autonomous organizations for ESOL professionals.
Learn about TESOL 2001, Gateway to the Future, to be held February 27-March 3, 2001, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.
Education Programs and Academies
New programs are being developed to keep you ahead of the curve. Check out our on-line education programs, Academies, pre- and postconvention institutes, and other emerging education programs.
English only? Not if TESOL can help it! Keep up on important U.S. and international advocacy issues through TESOL Online.
TESOL Online's Career Center
We've changed for you -- TESOL has changed the format of the old Placement Bulletin to a new electronic version, the Placement E-Bulletin (PEB). The PEB is FREE to TESOL members, and is updated more frequently than the old PB. Visit http://careers.tesol.org/ and click on Placement E-Bulletin to find out how to sign up for the PEB.
The ESL Standards for Pre-K-12 Students
TESOL's new standards for Pre-K-12 students help educate all students more e\ffectively.
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