What Can Advocates Do?

Advocates can contact administrators, Board of Education members, and the press.

Sample Advocacy Letter–Teacher To Parent–French V

Advocacy E-Mails To Journalist–NY Times Article

Sample Advocacy Letter To Provost–French MA Cut

Sample Advocacy Letter To Board–Elementary French Cut

Sample Advocacy Letter From Latin Teacher–Elementary Spanish Only Proposal

Sample Advocacy Letter To Superintendent–French Program Cut

Sample Advocacy Letter To Community College Board

Advocates can speak at School Board meetings.

Speech: HS French Teacher Addresses Board to Preserve Elementary French Program (Rhodes)

Speech: Advocacy For Early Language Education (Gramer)

Speech: HS Student Addresses Board

You can use video clips from “The World Speaks French: Video Stories” to support your arguments.

Click here: The World Speaks French: Video Stories

And you can consult the information from the Advancing Arguments pages as well.