WIDA R&D Researcher
Madina Djuraeva earned her doctoral degree from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She earned her M.A. in Applied English Linguistics and certificate in TESOL from the same institution. Her research projects at WIDA consider the sociolinguistic and educational pathways to becoming and being multilingual. Her research goals are to increase awareness about multilingualism and multilingual learners, challenge established monoglossic ideologies, and provide practical solutions for academic success of multilingual learners.
Madina Djuraeva is a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship and the John and Tashia F. Morgridge Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellowship. She has published in Language Policy and International Multilingual Research Journal around the issues of language ideologies, family language planning, and (non)native speakerism. She also edited the book "Language Policy or the Politics of Language: Re-Imagining the Role of Language in a Neoliberal Society".
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