Community Languages Australia (short CLA), officially called AFESA - Community Languages Australia, represents all community language school state and territory federations and associations at a national level.
NATIONAL CLS DATA
Number of students enrolled: 102,715
Number of schools: 793
Number of languages: 277
Number of teachers: 8,985
We are coming together after 2 years post-COVID to discuss the challenges faced and how we as a sector can move forward in these new promising horizons.
This conference is proudly brought to you by
Conference to be officially opened by The Hon Natalie Hutchins MP Victorian Minister for Education and Women
Keynote Address: Pushing the Boundaries: Rethinking Traditional Models of Learning and Teaching in Community Languages Schools
Dr Maria Gindidis Senior Lecturer, Courses Leader: Teacher Education, Bachelor of Education/Honours, Monash University