Meet the Michigan Team at TESOL in Atlanta

March 7, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment will attend the TESOL 2019 International Conference being held March 12–15 in Atlanta. The event provides a great opportunity for English language educators from all over the world to meet with and learn from one another.

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5 Reasons to Become Internationally Certified with a Michigan Test

February 25, 2019

If you want to travel, study, or work abroad in an English-speaking country, you will need to sharpen your English ability—but do you know how to demonstrate your skill? 

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New Business Development and Marketing Assistant Director

February 21, 2019

In the early months of 2019, we welcomed several new staff members and said goodbye to a colleague who’s helped grow the business over the past two years. Mickey Bonin, Michigan Language Assessment’s director of business development and marketing, left on February 15 to take on a new challenge as the head of strategy and product at Cambridge Boxhill in London. Mickey began working for Michigan Language Assessment in April 2017. He established our sales teams in Latin America as well as created a dedicated marketing department at Michigan Language Assessment. His contributions to the organization will leave a lasting impact.  

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Spaan and Latin America Research Grant Recipients Announced

February 12, 2019

Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce that four research grants have been awarded for 2019. The grant awards include three inaugural recipients of the Latin America Research Grants, which were established to support research on language assessment in Latin America. Additionally, a researcher received the Spaan Grant, which was established to recognize Mary Spaan’s contributions to the field of language assessment through her more than three decades of work at U-M.

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Test Centers Across South America Embrace MET Go!

January 24, 2019

MET Go! successfully launched in November 2018. Three Michigan Language Assessment test centers gave the 4-skills test for their students, most of whom ranged in age from 11 to 15. The Institute of Argentinian North American Cultural Exchange (IICANA), Alianza Cultural Uruguay, and Richmond Peru were the earliest adopters of this new exam.

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