North Branford, CT, March 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The SANS Inc. SCOLT Leadership Luncheon takes place this week in Atlanta, GA, as part of the annual Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) and celebration of the 50th anniversary of the SCOLT organization. This event is an opportunity to develop connections and foster collaboration among leaders of the 14 state associations in the SCOLT region. Members from ACTFL, SCOLT, as well as state and district supervisors will participate in the program, which occurs on Thursday afternoon during the conference. The theme of the 2015 Leadership Luncheon is “Inspiring, Engaging and Transforming through Leadership."
SANS Inc. Software and Network Solutions, a leader in the development of instructional technologies for language learning, is the corporate sponsor for this event. “SANS is pleased to once again support SCOLT and the educational leaders that play an integral part in evolving language learning for the 21st century,” said SANS president Ron Remschel. “SANS would like to congratulate SCOLT on their 50th anniversary and applaud their dedication to preparing students to thrive in a global society.”
The event features presentations from Marty Abbott, Executive Director of ACTFL, and Dr. William Rivers, Executive Director of JNCL/NCLIS. The key discussion on leadership will be facilitated by SCOLT Board Director for Advocacy, Alisha Dawn Samples from Lexington District One in South Carolina.
The focus will be on how to grow as a leader in school, district, state, regional and national contexts and how to foster better communication within and across organizations. "Our 50th anniversary conference this year provides not only a unique opportunity to reflect on what we have accomplished leading up to this occasion, but also how to propel our message about the importance of language education moving forward," said David Jahner, SCOLT Executive Director. "We continue to be grateful to SANS for the ongoing support of our leadership initiatives, which will result in stronger language programs across the Southeast." This marks the third consecutive year that SANS has been the corporate sponsor for this event.
SANS Inc. is a leading instructional technology provider for language learning programs – FL, ESL, and ASL. Technologies include the Virtuoso™ and Soloist® digital language lab software suite and SANSSpace™ virtual language learning platform. SANS is committed to providing software solutions that address teaching and learning modalities and work within the IT framework of the school or government agency using it. For more information, visit www.sansinc.com or email email@example.com.
The Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) is one of five regional world language professional associations and includes 14 states in the Southeastern United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands. SCOLT collaborates with other organizations at the state, regional, national and international levels to promote universal world language education supported by the community, valued by political and business leaders, encouraged by parents and peers and taught by exemplary instructors.
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