At a time when unprecedented numbers of people are migrating in the hope of finding a better life, language tests have become a vital component of the migration policy, and the impact of tests on the lives of people is undeniable.
At the 50th ALTE conference day in Leuven, Belgium, renowned researchers from the fields of second language acquisition and language testing will discuss the impact of language tests on society and on the lives of test takers. The focal points are the CEFR, low-educated learners, education, migration, and justice.
Save the date: 22 September 2017. Register for the mailing list using the Contact page.
The conference is organised by ALTE and the CNaVT / Centre for Language and Education (KU Leuven).