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The summer issue of the CT COLT World Language News Exchange is now available online. Please click HERE to download this issue.

Announcement of the Winner of the 2016 Essay Contest.  Carly Brown from North Haven High School wrote the winning essay for this year's contest.  Please click HERE to download a copy of her essay.

We are no longer accepting proposals for the annual fall conference.  Thank you to everyone who has submitted a proposal.  We are looking forward to having you present at the conference.

EDCAMP COLT will be held on August 22 at Lewis S. Mills High School in Burlington. The event is open to ALL world language educators and is FREE.  Register today! 

For more information about this EDCamp, please click here. 
To register for this FREE event, please click here.

Please click here to download a list of the recipients of the Student Awards for Excellence.

 CT COLT offers three monetary awards for teachers (Helen Amaral Award, Jane G. Graveen Award and Robert G. Mead, Jr. Award) and two scholarships for students (Irene Stanislawczyk Scholarship and Kenneth A. Lester Student Summer Immersion Scholarship). Please consider donating to one, two or all of the following funds for scholarships and awards.  If you wish to donate please click here.   We greatly appreciate your generosity.

Photos from this year's Rhyme Celebration are now available either by clicking on the PHOTOS tab at the top of this page OR by visiting the photo gallery on Google.

CT COLT is actively seeking a host school for the 2017 Poetry Recitation Contest.  If you are interested in hosting this important contest, please check out the flyer and the host school proposal form.  Completed proposal forms may be e-mailed to president@ctcolt.org or mailed to James Wildman, Glastonbury High School, 330 Hubbard Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033. 

CT COLT’s NEW blog forum is up and running!  Please join other world language educators just like yourself as we help one another, seek support, share best practices and discuss the latest research. We look forward to reading your thread soon! To access the blog forum, click on "The Column" link in the upper right corner of this page.

Latin Workshops for this summer
Taft Educational Center during the month of July more

Donations to CT COLT Award and Scholarship Funds

CT COLT now accepting website advertising
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CT COLT EDCamp - FREE to ALL World Language Teachers - 8/22/2016
An "Unconference for World Language Teachers" More.

Laura Terrill will keynote the conference:  More.

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The Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (CT COLT) promotes, advocates for and fosters the teaching and learning of World Languages and Cultures. We support, guide and connect educators, students, policy makers and the public through professional development, scholarship and collaborative initiatives.

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Paul M. St. Louis
275 Cedar Swamp Road, Monson, MA 01057