Supervisor of World Languages, New Haven Public Schools
Jessica Haxhi has been the Supervisor of World Languages in New Haven Public Schools in Connecticut since June of 2013. She leads curriculum, instruction, and assessment for 7 languages and 85 teachers. Previously, Jessica taught Japanese for 20 years in a PreK-5 language program. She is past president of the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, and has taught world language methodology courses at Southern Connecticut State University. Jessica is President of ACTFL, the K-16 United States association of world language educators.