AbstractIt has been only 7 years since both the first issue of the Latin American Journal of Content and Language Integrated Learning (LACLIL) was published and the 1st CLIL Symposium was held at the Universidad de La Sabana in Chía, Colombia in 2008. Over this period, the pace of debate on education and languages has only increased, and growing interest in CLIL (content and language integrated learning) approaches continues to raise new questions for researchers, teachers, policy makers, and learners—indeed, society at large—about the needs for, and challenges of, integrating content and additional (or even first) languages in the classroom and beyond.
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