TCLP alumni do amazing things after retuning home! Please share your stories of success and accomplishments with TCLP staff and your cohort leader… Read More

These projects are diverse and make a wide impact on participants’ schools and communities in both the U.S. and their home countries. This past… Read More

After months of preparation in their home countries, they arrived in Washington, DC on July 30 to begin their 10-day orientation workshop. This… Read More

During the annual workshop, the 2019-20 exchange teacher cohort will reunite to share their success stories and challenges, as well as learn new… Read More

TCLP alumni have made an impact in their home countries through collaborative projects and trainings that benefit their fellow educators and… Read More

The past two rounds of CLP awards (Rounds 16 and 17) have supported projects that include the building of sister school relationships,… Read More

During their visit, they spent a day at Theodore Roosevelt High School, where current TCLP participant, Hend Elhendy teaches Arabic.

The… Read More

Throughout the program, participants developed leadership skills through teaching and community engagement and are prepared to return to China,… Read More

The alumni conference builds on the TCLP experience by reinforcing the importance of program goals and mission. This year’s focus was on global… Read More

Teachers of Critical Languages Program (TCLP) alumni in China participated in a seminar hosted by the Regional English Language Office (RELO) in… Read More

Much like day one, day two of the roundtable called on cohort leaders to share their own personal stories, as well as those of their cohorts, to… Read More

TCLP hosted their first Cohort Leader Roundtable on November 12, 2018 for Chinese and Egyptian cohort leaders. Chinese cohort leaders shared how… Read More

Program alumni, current exchange teachers, mentor teachers, administrative representatives, and U.S. schools and districts are eligible and… Read More

funded by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and administered by American Councils for International… Read More