Support the Growth of Italian Language Education

At its inception, the Italian Language Foundation worked ardently to re-establish the College Board’s AP Italian Language & Culture Course and Exam so it could be offered as an AP foreign language course for high school students throughout the U.S.  With this milestone achieved, we must continue to promote the AP Italian Program and Italian language education at the Middle and High School levels throughout the United States, and your support is very much needed. With your help, we can achieve the following goals:

Your Donation will help students & teachers of Italian

Your support opens doors for hundreds of ambitious students of Italian seeking to broaden their language, culture, and career pathway skills. With your donation, and together, we’ll witness the continued growth of the Italian language and its culture throughout the U.S. and the world. Together, we can help students and teachers reach their full potential which supports Italy and the U.S. economy. Join us in fulfillment of our Mission to promote and sustain Italian language education.

Teachers & Students share their love for Italian Language & Culture

High School Internships in the Italian Classroom, La Nuova Realtà
Blog by: Cavaliere Linda "Lyn" Scolaro, for Italian Language Foundation ~ Professor Scolaro has been teaching Italian for 38 years at Chicago’s Mt. Prospect High School and Mother Guerin High …

Students & Teacher Members are encouraged to submit their Blogs to us.

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Your tax-deductible gift helps us provide students and teachers of Italian access to resources to help them succeed. Thank you for your gift contribution!

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