In the last ten years, the demand for the Italian language in the United States has grown continually.

A series of institutions and organizations promote the Italian language in the United States.

The Observatory coordinates all of the activities aimed at the development and the diffusion of the language and the Italian culture in the Unit

Ambassador G. Terzi di Sant'Agata (Jul 28, 2011)
Speech delivered at the Annual AP Conference organized by the College Board (San Francisco, 22 July, 2011)
(Jul 20, 2011)
Essential information about credentials and procedures for those who wish to become teachers in California.
Mauro Puppin (Jul 17, 2011)

Assessing the “Cambridge Italian American Odyssey" project

Maria Carmen Triola (Jul 17, 2011)

Some thoughts about teaching kids and why songs are so important.

(Jul 17, 2011)

Organized by the Embassy’s School Office, by teachers of Italian and by the Non-Profit Language Associations in the Embassy’s district, the competition is open to all students in K-1

Social networks

American universities and schools that teach Italian.

Opportunities to study and learn the Italian language and culture and for exchanges between Italian and American Schools.

Everything you need to know about the Advanced Placement program in Italian Language and Culture