Northern Arizona University’s College of Education is holding an endangered language conference from June 2-4, 2013 in Flagstaff, AZ. It will be the 20th annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium and the 4th American Indian/Indigenous Teacher Education Conference.
The conference is meant for language activists and community, K-12, preschool, college, and university educators. There will be a variety of panels, workshops, and papers presented to help encourage discussion about how to enrich lives and improve education for Indigenous children.
The goals of the conference, as listed on their website are:
- To bring together community and language activists, educators, school administrators, school board members, tribal officials, and parents to share ideas and experiences on how to improve education and language revitalization programs for Indigenous communities.
- To provide a forum for exchange of scholarly research on Indigenous language revitalization and teaching Indigenous children.
- To disseminate through a monograph and web site recent research and thinking on Indigenous education and language revitalization best practices.
You can find more information and also register on their website: