AATF  National

AATF Statement on Diversity


As teachers, as citizens, and as human beings, we watched the appalling murder of George Floyd and feel we cannot remain silent.   We share the outrage and anger and stand with those who seek meaningful change and an end to all racism. We join our voice to the voices of those seeking justice, seeking an end to police brutality, and striving for an end to economic and educational inequality.   We strive to make all students in our classrooms feel welcome and supported and to create an environment where we learn from one  another.   As an association, we welcome and serve all teachers.  


The AATF is an inclusive association, which seeks to build, value, honor and cultivate diversity. Associations that are diverse in age, race, ethnicity, faith, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, and perspectives are better associations.  To this end, we seek to create a community where educators, from any background, can promote francophone cultures around the world.



AATF National


Awards & Grants

Each year the AATF offers numerous awards, grants, and scholarships to its members.   While the scholarships are understandably still on hold, check out the other awards here.   Upcoming deadlines include:

Ludwig Excellence in Teaching Awards

(Feb. 1)
Exemplary Programs (Feb. 15)
AATF Valette Legacy Award (Mar. 1)
AATF Small Grants (Mar. 1)
National FiES Poster Contest for Students in Grade K-8 (Mar. 15)



National Convention

Convention in New Orleans

 We very much hope to be able to hold the convention in person in New Orleans,

July 19-22, at the historic Hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter.   We will post regular updates on the website as we know more.   You can still submit a proposal through January 31.




Call for proposals


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