|Alabama World Languages Association
The Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers is an umbrella organization for the Alabama chapters of the American Association of Teachers of French, the American Association of Teachers of German, the American Association of Teachers of Italian, the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, and the National Association of Self-Instructional Programs, as well as for the following local language groups: the Alabama Classical Association, the Alabama Association of Foreign Languages in Elementary Schools, and the Alabama Association of Bilingual/English as a Second Language.
|Arkansas Foreign Language Teachers Association
AFLTA was founded to promote and coordinate the general interest of the teaching of foreign languages and cultures, to provide professional development, and to serve as an information source for foreign language teachers in Arkansas.
| Florida Foreign Language Association
The Florida Foreign Language Association (FFLA) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the study and teaching of languages and cultures. Membership is open to educators of all levels (K-20) and all languages. FFLA is an affiliate of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and its member organizations include the Florida Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (FAATSP), the Florida chapter of the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF-FL), the Florida Association of Teachers of German (FATG), the Classical Association of Florida (CAF), the Association of Florida Teachers of Japanese (AFTJ), the Florida Association of Teachers of Italian (FATI), the Florida American Sign Language Teacher Asociation (FASLTA), the Florida Foreign Language Instructors in Community Colleges (FFLICC) and the Foreign Language Association for Managers in Education (FLAME).
|Foreign Language Association of Georgia
FLAG (Foreign Language Association of Georgia) is the official professional organization for foreign languages in Georgia. FLAG is a tax-exempt non-profit organization. FLAG is an association of instructors, administrators, and others involved in foreign language teaching and the promotion of cultural understanding. It is motivated by the desire to facilitate communication among Georgia’s language professionals, to provide educational services to its members, to conduct meetings, and to develop and disseminate information related to the field of foreign language education. The basic goal of FLAG is to improve and foster the teaching of foreign languages and cultures (including literature) through service to the teachers in the state.
|Foreign Language Association of North Carolina
Founded in 1967, the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina has developed into one of the largest and most active state language associations in the country. With over 700 members, FLANC represents the professional interest of educators and administrators from the elementary grades through the university level. FLANC is an organization dedicated to the foreign language teachers of North Carolina and strives to provide a beneficial annual fall conference dealing with national and state world language issues, as well as provide practical classroom tips. In the spring, educators can participate in FLANC’s Spring Fling conference. Mini grants are provided to members to help with classroom projects.
FLANC takes turns in co-sponsoring the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (www.scolt.net) and provides funding for ACTFL, JNCL, NNELL and Project C.A.F.E.
|Foreign Language Association of Virginia
FLAVA is the Foreign Language Association of Virginia, a growing, dynamic organization of professionals in education and business, students, and all those who have a common interest in promoting and utilizing world languages to accomplish their various goals.
|Kentucky World Language Association
Kentucky World Language Association … a network of individuals who support, promote and advocate the teaching and learning of a variety of world languages and cultures … a clearinghouse for data, information and research relevant to effective programs and practices in the learning and teaching of world languages and cultures … a provider of professional development for P-16+ teachers of world languages and cultures.
|Louisiana Foreign Language Teachers’ Association
LFLTA is a not-for-profit organization whose purposes are to:
- promote excellence in foreign language education for all learners;
- provide professional development in foreign language teaching;
- facilitate member networking and communication;
- promote knowledge of current initiatives, trends, and research;
- to encourage advocacy for foreign language learning at all levels.
|Mississippi Foreign Language Association
The Mississippi Foreign Language Association is constituted to encourage active interest and research in languages other than English (LOTE) as well as the advancement of the study and teaching of LOTE in schools, colleges and universities in Mississippi. Through its regular activities – annual conference, speakers, bulletins, publications and special events, as well as lobbying and providing the media with relevant information – it seeks to create and sustain such interest.
|South Carolina Foreign Language Teachers’ Association
The South Carolina Foreign Language Teachers’ Association provides educators in South Carolina with information regarding and related to foreign language instruction.
|Texas Foreign Language Association
The mission of the Texas Foreign Language Association is to advance the study of modern and classical languages and their literatures and cultures through dissemination and publication of information and data; recognition of excellence in study and teaching; encouragement of program development; promotion of state organizations; and cooperation with regional, national, and international organizations also dedicated to the advancement of languages other than English.
| Tennessee World Language Teaching Association
The TWLTA is an organization for all foreign language educators in the state of Tennessee. Our aim is to promote and to advocate for foreign language education in the state, and to provide assistance and resources to those teaching foreign languages at all levels. TWLTA publishes the TWLTA Journal, as well as a regular electronic newsletter. TWLTA organizes and conducts a statewide conference each year that includes workshops, meals, and exhibits of of interest to language teachers from elementary through university level. The Aliene Click Professional Development Scholarship provides several awards for new teachers and language education students to attend the annual fall conference. We also recognize outstanding foreign language educators each year with the Joyce Ward Teacher of the Year Award and the Jacqueline Elliott Award.
| Virgin Islands Modern Foreign Languages Association
Maintained by Myrna V. Van Beverhoudt, District Foreign Languages Program Coordinator, the Virgin Islands Modern Foreign Languages Association empowers students, parents, educators, and the community toward educational excellence.
|West Virginia Foreign Language Teachers’ Association
The West Virginia Foreign Language Teachers’ Association is dedicated to bringing the world to West Virginia.