We are one of four branches in the United States. Locally, we conduct research and partner with local school districts and leaders to promote awareness about bilingualism, develop sound instructional practices, and share resources with the community. We also have a bilingual library with books and resources for educators. We believe that real change happens through dialogue between researchers and the community. We work in partnership with families, teachers, policy makers, and the business sector to help impact people’s daily lives.
30 Mar 2022
Find out about our new Bilingualism Matters social enterprise and how to get involved.
26 March 2022
Conference organized by Bilingualism Matters at the University of South Carolina in the USA on bilingual education. Registration is open.