Vol. 26 No. 3 (2023): Engaging Multilingual Families
For several years, researchers and social scientists have been focused on identifying, serving, and educating vulnerable populations of children, particularly those populations of children who have continually been penalized or restricted from resources due to the color of their skin or the language they speak. Across the country, different states are designing policies and creating infrastructure to support the needs of these children. At the same time, the political conversation regarding immigration and the conflicts arising among different religious groups demands that research, policy, and practice work towards the common goal of supporting those most vulnerable. This issue will focus on the unique ways two teams of researchers have investigated multilingual families and strategies to support their unique needs.