Italian Language Foundation Flourishes with Teacher/Student Success in the US

Jan 26, 2021 535

The Italian Language Foundation (ILF) has embarked on a years-long mission to promote and support high school and college Italian language education throughout the U.S.

It began in 2008 when the College Board cancelled the AP Italian Language and Culture Program due to economic factors. That same year, the ILF — a not-for-profit organization founded by Margaret I. Cuomo, M.D. and Louis A. Tallarini — was formed to save and relaunch the curricula in high school classrooms across the country and Canada.

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