Language & ESL

Click here to view Local Tucson Refugee Classes

NOTE: PCC classes require pre-registration.
Eastside Learning Center at 1630 S. Alvernon, Register Wednesdays 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
El Rio Learning Center at 1390 W. Speedway, Register Mondays 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The Center for Applied Linguistics

The Center for Applied Linguistics provides a comprehensive range of research-based language and cultural education resources and testing tools. CAL’s experienced staff of researchers and educators is committed to using the results of their research and projects to develop practical resources related to language learning, cultural orientation, linguistics, and more.

Language Discrimination: Your Rights

The Legal Aid Society Employment Law Center explains language discrimination and your rights. Visit the Center for more information at: Legal Aid Society Employment Law Center.

“I Speak” Cards

To spread the word among Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals about their rights to free interpretation and translation services, Culture Connect, Inc. also uses “I Speak” cards. These are two-sided bilingual cards with printed information about Language Access Rights, as well as a statement that requests an interpreter.

City of Tucson Limited English Proficiency Plan

Migration Policy Institute Language Portal

This site is a comprehensive resource for language services: archives of NCIIP national language access webinars, planning reports, legal guidelines, hourly translation and interpretation rates, a checklist for creating language plans, translated materials and much, much more!