For Educators

This post was republished and archived on June 28, 2017.
Students are the future of the linguistics profession.
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Drafted by Committee on Social and Political Concerns 9 January 1998: Approved by members attending the 72nd Annual Business Meeting, Grand Hyatt, New York, NY 1 July 1998: Adopted by LSA membership in a mail ballot Whereas the Linguistic Society of America has already expressed its opposition to the restrictive nature of the 'English Only' movement; and