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j Katherine Eliana Agudelo-Roberson has been a language educator for 15 years. She is now teaching at the elementary school level. She is also a full time Ph.D. student in the Language and Literacy program in the College of Education at the University of South Carolina. Currently her research focuses on critical and cultural literacies, foreign language pedagogy, bilingualism and multicultural education.




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