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Fisk administrators decided to add the Michigan English Test (MET) to their offerings. They knew that their students were successfully reaching their English proficiency goals, so they wanted to prove the validity of their teaching method by offering this international certification.
The Programa Nacional de Becas y Crédito Educativo (PRONABEC) was set up by the ministry to provide greater access to higher education and to help meet Peru’s goal of becoming a bilingual country by 2021, with a focus on the English language. The MET certification satisfied the government’s requirement for the PRONABEC scholarship.
English language learners in Paraguay took the MET at Centro Cultural Paraguayo Americano (CCPA) for the English Access Microscholarship Program (Access) in December 2018.
IICANA was eager to become one of the first MET Go! adopters, and on November 9, it gave the inaugural administration.
Alianza Cultural Uruguay-Estados Unidos (Alianza), founded in 1939, is part of the binational center global network. Its mission is to enrich lives in Uruguay and the United States by strengthening educational, social, and cultural links between the peoples of both...
Teachers and students across Mexico are successfully taking Michigan Language Assessment exams to prove their English as part of the Programa Nacional de Inglés (PRONI).
For nearly 80 years, the Asociación Rosarina de Intercambio Cultural Argentino Norte Americano (A.R.I.C.A.N.A.) has worked to strengthen the relationship between the United States and Argentina as a binational center. The center achieves this goal in part by offering...
Peruvian binational center Centro Peruano Americano, El Cultural successfully measures their students’ success with the Michigan Young Learners English (MYLE) tests. El Cultural, which was founded in 1949 by Peruvian and North American academics, develops diverse...
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.
Michigan Language Assessment will soon offer a more robust set of educational materials. Rita Simpson-Vlach joined Michigan Language Assessment as the educational materials developer in the fall of 2018.
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.