French artist Hervé Tullet has done it again! This time he has touched two school communities in Manhattan: P.S. 84 The Lillian Weber School of the Arts and Lafayette Academy (M.S. 256). Both schools boast a French dual-language program and now a beautiful collection of artworks painted by the entire community. Even an entire wall was unveiled, showing the impact of art in getting a community closer together.Continue reading
I am thrilled to keynote during DC’s upcoming Multilingual Education Fair on January 26. Co-sponsored by the key education institutions of the District, the fair features 100 exhibitors covering 12 languages to allow you to explore and deepen your linguistic and cultural skills, and learn about careers where language skills are crucial.
The Fair will be located on the Gallaudet University campus at the I. King Jordan Student Academic Center (800 Florida Ave NE, Washington DC 20002).
I enjoyed this talk with the students of the Institute of French Studies at New York University. I was invited by Prof. Frédéric Viguier who is encouraging his students to look into bilingual education and the impact it can have on various linguistic communities. The students asked lots of questions on my personal and professional trajectory, on the boom of French dual-language programs in New York, and on the diversity of the city’s French-speaking community. I couldn’t help but see future teachers for the ever-expanding French dual-language schools.
Dans ce podcast, lancé par French Morning, je recevrai experts et praticiens du bilinguisme pour explorer une multitude de sujets fascinants sur la question. Mon premier invité est Sean Lynch, qui vient de quitter le poste de proviseur du Lycée français de New York pour prendre la tête de la Chinese International School à Hong Kong. Continue reading
The recent conference on bilingualism at the Assemblée Nationale (France’s House of Representatives) was a huge success. The event was put together by Roland Lescure, a member of the national assembly representing the first constituency for French residents overseas (Canada and the United States).