CITA issues statement on WVU Modern Languages recommendations

The CITA Board has issues a statement on recommendations that the West Virginia University Department of World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics be permanently closed, along with several undergraduate and Master’s-level programs of study.

One recommendation included in this plan is to provide students with app-based foreign language learning opportunities (such as DuoLingo) or remote classes offered in conjunction with other universities.

Read the CITA statement here.

You can sign a petition to help preserve foreign language education at WVU here.