"Culturally Responsible, not Politically Correct"  by TESOL minor Nancee Nelson

Link to Nancee's report about the April 2009 presentation by Debbie Reese, U of IL Urbana -Champagne assistant professor of American Indian Studies:page 12, May 2009 Teacher Talk
Angela Stanke TESOL graduate Angela Stanke addresses December 2008 CLS graduates
Katee Jo Neumann

Congratulations to TESOL student
Katee Jo Neumann

2008 YWCA Outstanding Woman of Tomorrow 

"...Katee Jo's frequent travels to Jamaica to teach summer school, work for a non-profit organization, and volunteer in service projects to improve the infrastructure of school buildings, combined with the relationships she has made on this Caribbean island have planted in her the seed of a lifelong commitment to international service work and the education of today's youth on their ability to help humankind.  Katee Jo intends to use her degree in Elementary Education to accomplish her dream of teaching internationally, learning about other cultures, and return home to coordinate service learning opportunities for youth here in the United States..."    
                                                       La Crosse Tribune, November 6, 2008