The Southern California Arabic Language Teacher’s Council (SCALTC) is a pilot project funded by Qatar Foundation International and hosted by the California World Language Project at Occidental College.
The goal of the project is to support the teaching of Arabic in Southern California and to provide Arabic language educators from a variety of institutions K-16, private and public, full time and weekend school with a forum to
- Meet, network, share resources and ideas.
- Assist schools that would like to start new programs.
- Reach out to communities and educate them about the Arabic language and culture.
- And advocate for Arabic language and culture programs in the schools.
SCALTCis led by an Executive Committee that represents a wide variety of institutions and regions at public and private elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities as well as non-profit and public service organizations.
California World Language Project, LASTARS Personnel
Iman A. Hashem : OCWLP- Program Director
Hadia Al abdullah: Program Coordinator
SCALTC is developed by a grant awarded from Qatar Foundation International.
SCALTC is hosted and supported by OCWLP (Occidental College World Language Project).