Flagship Annual Report

The National Security Education Program provides an Annual Report to Congress on progress and results of The Language Flagship program. Below are the extracted The Language Flagship Annual Reports:

The Language Flagship's 2019 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2018 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2017 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2016 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2015 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2014 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2013 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2012 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2011 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2010 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2009 Annual Report

The Language Flagship's 2008 Annual Report

 

Sponsored Reports

Language Proficiency Initiative Data

National K-12 Foreign Language Enrollment Survey

What Business Wants: Language Needs in the 21st Century

 

Flagship Articles and Presentations

Business as Unusual: Aiming for Superior in the Russian Language Flagship

2019 Update on Flagship Proficiency Initiative

A Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Skill Perspective on L2 Development in Study Abroad

America’s Languages: Challenges and Promise

The Development of L2 Proficiency and Literacy within the Context of the Federally Supported Overseas Language Training Programs for Americans

Assessing Language Proficiency and Intercultural Development in the Overseas Immersion Context

Innovations in Language Learning: The Oregon Chinese Flagship Model

 

Books

Foreign Language Proficiency in Higher Education

Exploring the US Language Flagship Program: Professional Competence in a Second Language by Graduation

 

Events

Results 2012The Language Flagship sponsored event disseminated the results from the Flagship program to the foreign language field, including documentation of high-level language proficiency attained by undergraduate and graduate students across 10 critical languages as measured by government and academic testing. Presentations are available here.

Metro Language Series: Continuing The Dialogue with Business – The Language Flagship sponsored metropolitan-area focused discussions on businesses need for language skills and the role the business sector can play to advance language education in the United States. The “Metro Language Series” kicked off in the Spring of 2008 with participants providing a broad range of experience not only in terms of their responsibilities, but the breadth of industry sectors they represented. The key findings from these the Metro Language Series have been summarized in the report, “What Business Wants: Language Needs in the 21st Century.” Below are the notes from the Metro Language Series sessions.

City-Based Language Summits – The Language Flagship sponsored state capital summits to bring representatives from the government and business sectors to share their insights about the need for professional-level language and cultural skills in their states in preparation for Language Roadmap initiatives being coordinated there.