After much careful consideration, the CLESOL conference organising committee, with the support of the TESOLANZ Executive, has made the decision to make our forthcoming conference a virtual conference. The ongoing uncertainty around alert levels, particularly for Auckland delegates, means we may not be at an appropriate alert level to convene […]
TESOLANZ has submitted a letter to the Ministry of Education regarding the inequities in funding for children of refugee parents. Read our letter to Minister Hipkins.
TESOLANZ has submitted a response on the new proposed subjects for NCEA levels 2 & 3. This includes ESOL as a proposed subject. Read our response to the proposal.
TESOLANZ has submitted a response to the Ministry of Education’s draft policy statement on international education. TESOLANZ will also be joining some of the peak body advisory group discussions. Read our response to the policy statement.
The TOEFL Program at ETS is pleased to announce that the call for applications is open for the following 2022 TOEFL® Grants and Awards: 2022 TOEFL® English-language Researcher/Practitioner Grant Program – The purpose of the grant is to enable practitioners to become involved in ETS’s efforts to promote English language learning, and to […]
Note: CLESOL 2021 is now a virtual event. CLESOL accommodation service If you are coming to Auckland for CLESOL and would like to stay with another attendee, or if you live in Auckland and are able to offer a room to someone from out of town, please contact AKTESOL committee […]