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The Seal of Biliteracy: Case Studies and Considerations for Policy Implementation


reviewed by Xenia Hadjioannou & Nancy Rankie Shelton - June 08, 2021

coverTitle: The Seal of Biliteracy: Case Studies and Considerations for Policy Implementation
Author(s): Amy J. Heineke & Kristin J. Davin
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1648020224, Pages: 218, Year: 2020
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 08, 2021
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23727, Date Accessed: 6/15/2021 1:12:31 PM

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  • Xenia Hadjioannou
    Penn State University
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    XENIA HADJIOANNOU, Ph.D., is an associate professor of language and literacy education at the Harrisburg campus of Penn State University. Her work focuses on literacy methodology, the preparation of teachers to effectively work with diverse students, including emergent bilinguals, and children’s literature as both a product and a driver of our literacies. Her recent book Translanguaging for Emergent Bilinguals (with Danling Fu and X. Zhou) was published by Teachers College Press and a co-edited special issue of the Applied Linguistics Review on translanguaging practice in diverse contexts is due for publication in 2021. She is currently vice-president of NCTE’s Children’s Literature Assembly.
  • Nancy Rankie Shelton
    University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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    NANCY RANKIE SHELTON, Ph.D., professor emerita at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, conducted research in urban elementary school settings focusing on the ways in which schools prepare literate, participatory citizens for several decades. Her most current publication is “I can’t complain,” a chapter in Shelton & Sieben Narratives of Hope and Grief in Higher Education (2020, Palgrave MacMillan). Her recent book, 5-13: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Survival (2016, Garn Press), won the 2016 i310 Media Group Best Book Award. She is currently involved in a collaborative curriculum-writing project designed to teach English to Chinese Nationals.
 
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