The Italian Language Foundation Announces New Level of Collaboration with the College Board that will see more AP Italian Teachers Receive Training Grants in 2020
NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The College Board and The Italian Language Foundation, both 501(c)3 organizations, have announced a new partnership that will offer the first of several professional development workshops for teachers of AP Italian on February 1, 2020. This exciting initiative will combine the management and academic support from the College Board, the vigorous advocacy efforts of The Italian Language Foundation, and the hospitality of the Embassy of Italy in Washington.
The College Board’s Senior Vice President of AP and Instruction, Trevor Packer, praised this initiative, stating: “The College Board is excited to collaborate with the Italian Embassy and the Italian Language Foundation to host a series of workshops across the United States for AP Italian Language and Culture teachers. These workshops will give teachers information about updates to the 2019-20 course and exam and the many new free AP resources available to support their classes.”