The Classical Association of Massachusetts

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The Classical Association of Massachusetts is a not-for-profit professional organization that fosters the study of classical languages and civilizations in Massachusetts. In particular, CAM meets the professional needs of teachers of Latin and Classical Humanities by sponsoring meetings and workshops.

The Classical Association of Massachusetts also works to promote, initiate, improve,and extend the study of Classical languages and civilizations by enlisting public support and encouraging an interchange of ideas and materials among Classics teachers at all levels of education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

We will be meeting, as usual, as a part of the MaFLA Fall Conference at the Sheraton

Springfield Monarch Place, October 24-26, 2019.

There will be multiple sessions for Latin teachers at MaFLA. MaFLA will also be showcasing Justin

Slocum Bailey as the Thursday workshop presenter, speaking on "Latin for Humans- A

Multimodal path to Latin Proficiency". This has been made possible by a generous grant from

the National Latin Exam.

This year the CAM business meeting will be held on Friday, not Saturday, since more teachers seem to

be able to attend on Friday. Online registration is open until October 16, and the conference schedule

is available at this link:

There is also onsite registration, if you decide to come at the last minute!

The Current Newsletter is here!

CAMelCourierFall2019.pdf

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