African American Linguists (AAL)

Promoting World Languages in the African-American Community

ANNOUNCEMENTS

RECEIVING ANNOUNCEMENTS

AAL has a listserv that sends out pertinent information related to the AAL mission. If you would like to receive announcements periodically, please email Krishauna to be added to the listserve. She can be reached at k.hines-gaither@salem.edu . Please send her your name and email address to get connected to the AAL family.

SUBMITTING ANNOUNCEMENTS

All submissions are subject to editing. Submitting an announcement does not guarantee its dessemination. 

AAL is coming to a city near you!

AAL is in the process of regionalizing the organization. We are planning to have regional chapters throughout the country. If you are interested in organizing an AAL chapter in your area, please contact Krishauna Hines-Gaither.

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How to Apply
Thanks for your interest in being an AP Exam Reader. We especially encourage women and minorities to apply. By providing this application electronically, we hope to make the process faster and more convenient for you and the Performance Assessment Scoring Services (PASS) area, which processes the application materials at ETS.

AP Exam Readers
In June, AP high school and college faculty members from around the world gather in the United States for the annual AP Reading. There they evaluate and score the free-response sections of the AP Exams. AP Exam Readers are led by a Chief Reader, a college professor who has the responsibility of ensuring that students receive grades that accurately reflect college-level achievement. Readers describe the experience as an intensive collegial exchange, in which they can receive professional support and training. More than 7,500 teachers and college faculty participated in the 2005 Reading. High school Readers can receive certificates rewarding professional development hours and Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for their participation in the AP Reading.

Visit www.apcentral.collegeboard.com/readers for more information or to apply.