The Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA) at Michigan State University recently was awarded over $675,000 of Title VI funding from the Department of Education to create the National Less Commonly Taught Languages Resource Center (National LCTL Resource Center; NLRC). The mission of the NLRC is to support and develop LCTL education by 1) offering high-quality opportunities for professional learning, 2) creating open and innovative instructional resources, and 3) forging strategic collaborations at the inter-institutional level. The NLRC will host eleven projects in three core areas that will make strong contributions to the instruction of LCTLs nationwide. Felix Kronenberg is the PI and director of the NLRC. More details will be provided soon.