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September 22, 2011

TESOL changes name, introduces new logo

Teaching-English-in-Japan-Education-TESOL" Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages is now TESOL International Association. The TESOL Board of Directors approved the name change after many months of discussion and deliberation. The TESOL Board also recently approved a new three-year strategic plan as well as a new credo and updated core values. In addition to the new name, TESOL has also a launched a new logo (pictured) and is planning to launch a brand new website this fall.

TESOL was founded in 1966 and has more than 12,000 paying members in 156 countries.

See also:
• Download the full press release from TESOL International Association (PDF)
TESOL website

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