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Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Multiculturalism and Pluralism, Second Edition


reviewed by Lan Ngo & Susan Goldstein Colon - May 10, 2016

coverTitle: Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Multiculturalism and Pluralism, Second Edition
Author(s): Patricia Ruggiano Schmidt and Althier M. Lazar (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681232391, Pages: 462, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 10, 2016
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20562, Date Accessed: 11/17/2019 4:29:12 AM

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  • Lan Ngo
    University of Pennsylvania
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    LAN NGO is the Director of the Marks Family Writing Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work focuses on writing studies and the language and literacy practices of English language learners. Her most recent publications are co-authored book chapters in Partnering with Immigrant Communities: Action through Literacy edited by Gerald Campano, Maria Ghiso, and Bethany J. Welch (Teachers College Press, 2016).
  • Susan Goldstein Colon

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    SUSAN GOLDSTEIN COLON is an English as a New Language teacher in the Port Washington Union Free School District. Her interests include developing literacy skills for students with interrupted formal education (SIFE). Her recent publications include “Multicultural Mentors: The Academic Learning Benefits of Being ‘In It Together’” in In It Together: How Student, Family and Community Partnerships Advance Engagement and Achievement in Diverse Classrooms edited by Debbie Zacarian and Michael Silverstone (Corwin, 2015).
 
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