The eleven chapters of this ACTFL volume approach language education from a variety of perspectives including the history and current status of language policies; language needs of our government and our international businesses; teachers, teaching, and learning; assessment; instructional technology; heritage learners; less commonly taught languages; and special learners. This volume's authors accepted the challenge of answering the following basic questions related to their topic, as well as that of expanding upon their themes.
Where are we now?
Where should we be? or Where could we be?
How do we realize our vision of languages for all?