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About TCLP


The Teachers of Critical Languages Program, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, is designed to increase the study and acquisition of important world languages in U.S. schools. This program enables primary and secondary schools to strengthen their teaching of Mandarin and Arabic by bringing Chinese, Egyptian, and Moroccan, teachers to the U.S. to teach their native languages and culture for an academic year. The exchange teachers receive ongoing methodological observation and training, live and work in an immersive English environment, and receive a certificate of participation following their exchange.

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