The Multilingual Learners Program at SRI Education works to ensure equitable educational opportunities and outcomes for multilingual learners, from birth to post-college.

Our program team includes experts across early childhood, K-12 and postsecondary, in the fields of language and literacy, teacher preparation, education policy, STEM education, digital learning, students with disabilities, and student behavior and well-being. We tackle the challenges of optimizing teaching and learning for multilingual learners by harnessing our expertise across SRI Education and maximizing our organization’s pre-established networks.

Many of us are former teachers of multilingual learners and several of us attended schools as multilingual learners. We are dedicated to identifying the root causes of inequities in schools and committed to finding and promoting solutions. Want to work with our experts? Contact us!

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Featured Resources

Schools supporting multilingual learners

Schools supporting multilingual learners

We spoke with teachers and administrators in three New England districts with large numbers of multilingual ...
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Research to Practice Brief: Delivering on the Promise Through Equitable Policies

Research to Practice Brief: Delivering on the Promise Through Equitable Policies

This brief focuses on current research trends and implications for racial and ethnic disparities related to ...
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Featured Projects

Think Forward New England: New England’s Education Systems Navigate COVID-19 and Map a New Way Forward

Think Forward New England: New England’s Education Systems Navigate COVID-19 and Map a New Way Forward

The Adapting and Innovating Project examined the experiences of students, teachers and administrators across New England ...
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First 5 Dual Language Expansion Pilot San Francisco

First 5 Dual Language Expansion Pilot San Francisco

The First 5 Dual Language Expansion Pilot project provides an evaluation of the effectiveness of the ...
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