U.S. offers Egyptian students English skills and career paths
Two Egyptian students completed a U.S.-backed English learning program that built their self-confidence and prepared them for careers.
Why do many Americans list pronouns on social media profiles?
Read on to learn why it matters what pronouns you use to refer to people and how the United States embraces sharing pronouns.
As U.S. students show appreciation for teachers, they can touch the...
First lady Jill Biden and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff are not the first educators to take on ceremonial White House roles.
Teaching English in Japan shapes lives, including the teachers’
The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program gives Americans and others a chance to live in Japan while teaching English. Here's one person's experience.
Trading schoolbooks for cookbooks
Through cooking and sharing meals together, nonnative English speakers in Philadelphia's Edible Alphabet program improve their English literacy.
Two-year colleges open new worlds for students
Almost 100,000 international students attend U.S. two-year colleges, where they can learn English and get credits to apply toward four-year college degrees.
Everyday conversations: What’s your Halloween costume? [audio]
Practice American English by reading and listening to these real-world everyday conversations. Here, students talk about their Halloween costumes.
Learn English for journalism — for free
Are you ready to take your writing to the next level? Learn how to read, write and edit like a journalist with a free online class.
Will Ukraine break a Guinness World Record with an English class?
On May 28, thousands of people in Ukraine aimed for a Guinness World Record by simultaneously participating in an interactive English-language lesson.