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The CT COLT World Language News Exchange  is published four times a year:

  • Fall/Winter (December)
  • Spring (April)
  • Summer (June)
  • Annual Fall Conference Brochure (July/August)

IMPORTANT:  CT COLT IS GOING GREEN! Beginning with the Spring 2012 issue, the newsletter will be available only online UNLESS you send an e-mail message directly to Paul M. St. Louis requesting that you receive a printed copy.  Those members receiving the electronic copy will receive an e-mail message when the latest copy of the newsletter is available for downloading on the website.  For those members receiving the electronic copy, it is VERY important that we have your CURRENT e-mail address.  It is important that this e-mail will receive bulk mailings.  We prefer that you use a home e-mail address because many school system servers do not accept bulk mailings. 

Each issue of the newsletter contains the following major sections:

  • Advocacy
  • Personal Perspectives
  • Methods and Motivation
  • Technology
  • CT COLT News
  • Organizational News
  • News from Connecticut Schools

We welcome any and all articles that deal with any of these topics.  Please send all submissions to  Paul M. St. Louis.  Although we prefer to receive electronic copies of articles and photos, we will accept hard copies if you cannot send them electronically.  Please send all hard copies to Paul M. St. Louis, 275 Cedar Swamp Road, Monson, MA 01057-9303. 


Please send all articles as MS Word documents, Times New Roman, 10 point, single spaced.  All photos should be send in the JPG format.


  • October 15  for the Fall/Winter Issue
  • March 15 for the Spring Issue
  • May 15 for the Summer Issue

Our Mission

The Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (CT COLT) promotes, advocates for and fosters the teaching and learning of World Languages and Cultures. We support, guide and connect educators, students, policy makers and the public through professional development, scholarship and collaborative initiatives.

Contact Information

James Wildman

Paul M. St. Louis
275 Cedar Swamp Road, Monson, MA 01057