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Repertory of French Bilingual and Immersion Schools in the USA

"By choosing French immersion for their children, parents in the U.S. not only offer the gift of bilingualism to the next generation, they also give children a passport to the entire Francophone world.”
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The Little Prince and the Struggle for Children’s Rights

This past March was dedicated to Francophonie in the United States and looking into the various ways it has impacted Americans and the rest of the world. In honor of the occasion, the New York Public Library invited a number of esteemed panelists from various United Nations organizations to participate in The Little Prince Day Conference on Friday 28 March.
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SPCD 2014: Teacher's Workshops in France for Teachers on the West Coast

Enhance your knowledge of French culture while improving language and teaching skills... The SPCD (Stages Pédagogiques de Courte Durée) program of the French Embassy awards 40 grants each year to qualified primary and secondary school teachers of French
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Labcitoyen 2014: Participants Recount their Trips to France

From July 6th to July 16th, 82 French-speaking young people from over 60 countries were welcomed in Paris through the LabCitoyen 2014 program, an init
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French Immersion in the USA

Canadian Parents for French - BC & Yukon Branch published a report on the status of immersion, focusing on French immersion, in the USA. All figures point up, with immersion programs becoming increasingly more popular across the country.
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Parlons français, c’est facile!

Parlons français, c’est facile! : un dispositif de promotion et d’apprentissage du français mis gratuitement à votre disposition.
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FHLP Brings the Colors of French Together

On Saturday, May 31st, 2014, students from the French Heritage Language Program (FHLP) at the International High School of Prospect Heights made their debut in the organization’s first ever benefit concert, Color My French at the Lycée Français de New York. The objective of this creative fundraiser was to bring attention to this non-profit organization and reveal the talents it has nurtured among its diverse youth.
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Help young immigrants put on stage a musical to support French in the US

Students in the French Heritage Language Program at the International High School at Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, are putting on stage a musical to support the creation of free French classes in underserved schools and communities across the United States. The musical is called Amidou & Toya and is an original piece by composer Yacine Boulares, who is the teacher of the French class, with dialogues, choreography and staging arranged by the students themselves.
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A Meeting of Cultures at MoMA

A group of French Heritage students from Bronx International High School set out for the Museum of Modern Art last Thursday, where they found more than the works of legendary modern artists. Also visiting the MoMA that day was a large class of seniors from the Lycée Français de Bamako, in Mali.
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Call for Applications: Youth Francophone Parliament of North America

[FRENCH] Parlement francophone des jeunes des Amériques (PFJA)
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Francophone Students Get an Insider’s Tour of the International Culinary Institute

On Tuesday 11 February, French Heritage students from Manhattan International High School and the International High School at Union Square were invited to visit the International Culinary Center and attend an exclusive demonstration by two renowned master chefs: Hervé Malivert and Pierre Thiam.