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Round Table “Bilingual Education: advantages and challenges”

Presentation of Tribuna Norteamericana nº26 "Bilingual Education"

To mark the tenth aniversary of our Teach & Learn in Spain master programs, Instituto Franklin-UAH is organizing a series of round tables about Bilingual Education.

In this first event of our series we will present the last number of Tribuna Norteamericana, dealing with the topic of bilingual education, via a round table with experts in the field.

Place: Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos OEI, Calle de Bravo Murillo, 38, 28015 Madrid.

Date: April 19th, 2018.

Time: 6:30pm.

 

Introduction to the table

  • Paulo Speller, secretary general at OEI.
  • Julio Cañero, director at Instituto Franklin-UAH.
  • Manuel Mª Lejarreta, secretary general at Fundación Consejo España-EE.UU.

Speakers

  • Víctor Pavón Vázquez, president of the Comisión de Política Lingüística and director of the English and German Philology department at Universidad de Córdoba.
  • Carmen Aguilera Lucio-Villegas, vicepresident of the Asociación Enseñanza Bilingüe.
  • Mónica García, secretary of culture at OEI.

Modera: Angela Sauciuc, expert in Bilingual Education at Instituto Franklin-UAH.

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