Innovation and organization in language education are more than just a teacher and students in the same classroom, at the same time, using the same materials and current motivation. The importance of innovations is highlighted by the European Label for innovative projects in language teaching and learning. For Turkey and its European Union membership ambitions, education is a prior section, whose standard can be raised by innovations in foreign language education. Heyworth created a formula for innovations [C=(abc)>x], which declares the changes and its costs. In this article, Heyworth's formula is transferred towards the language education system in Turkey. It will theoretically show advantages and changes and a way how Turkish organizations could change to provide a more sustainable language education. Furthermore, the article will explain already existing approaches and show their advantages and critics. As a conclusion, a theoretical approach for innovations will be given and discussed.