NEWS and upcoming Events
MITA workshop series 2019 - 2020
Join us for our first workshop of the Professional Development Series 2019-2020.
The series is organized by Northeastern University in collaboration with MITA and with the support of the Consulate General of Italy in Boston and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Check here for upcoming workshops in spring 2020.
La valutazione delle performance linguistiche
Mary Jo Lubrano
10:00am - 3:00pm
Please, see our page for professional development for more information.
national italian exam 2020
Late registration period opens on February 17, 2020 and closes on February 24, 2020.
Please note that the late registration fee is $30 per order. For more information on the 2020 Exam, use this page.
Mafla annual conference 2020
MITA/AATI invites all its members to the MaFLA Annual Conference 2020.
MaFLA's Annual Fall Conference offers something for everyone! Thursday Pre-Conference Six-Hour and Four-Hour Workshops, dozens of concurrent sessions, and numerous workshops and events, for language and pedagogy strands.
MaFLA is now accepting proposals. Submit your proposal HERE.
Please, visit the MaFLA website for more information on the conference.
For more information on the Italian sections at MaFLA, please contact Vilma Bibeau, MaFLA Board of Directors and MITA liaison, writing to: email@example.com
Giornata dell'italiano 2020
Registration for La Giornata dell'Italiano closes on March 3rd. More information.
MITA - Meeting
Winchester High School
The MITA Board is inviting all our members to meet on February, 7th at 3:30 at Winchester High School.
Join us to talk about ways in which the association can support you!
Open to all MITA members.
The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) and its Lead with Languages campaign, with the support of Pearson LLC and Language Testing International, commissioned Ipsos Public Affairs to conduct a survey of 1,200 U.S. employers, and the resulting 2019 report, Making Languages Our Business: Addressing Foreign Language Demand Among U.S. Employers, indicates an urgent and growing demand for language skills in the workplace.The report also suggests seven actionable recommendations that U.S. businesses may employ to fully leverage their employees’ language assets and to contribute to fostering a robust future multilingual workforce to better thrive in our global economy.