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TESOL Member Resolution on Voting Rights of Retired Members (2005)

Whereas, International students and educators have faced numerous difficulties in their respective countries during the last year when attempting to come to the United States to study, and

Whereas, TESOL believes that each applicant who desires to come to study at U.S. schools, universities, and professional conferences is deserving of being treated with dignity and fairness by any representative of the U.S. government, therefore be it

Resolved, That TESOL work to influence U.S. policy makers and those who implement the policies:

  • to enact measures to ensure all international students and educators be treated with respect and dignity, and
  • to facilitate their opportunities to study in the U.S.

2005 TESOL Convention
San Antonio, Texas USA

Note: This member resolution was voted upon during the annual business meeting of the association in 2005. Resolutions passed at the annual business meetings of the membership are not official policy of the association. The resolutions need a vote of approval by the Board of Directors.