Transnationalism helps reframe how we talk about immigration in ways that highlight abilities to engage cultures spanning borders.
Transnationals stay in touch with family members in sending countries, know how to live in more than one country, and speak multiple languages.
More than one out of every ten people in Georgia speak a language in addition to English!
Understanding transnationalism supports one of the U.S.’s greatest strengths–the country’s rich diversity!
Georgia, like other U.S. states, has rapid-fire expansion of dual language programs. We help support them here at the CTME!
We are a collective of educators interested in supporting transnationalism and multilingualism!
View A Webinar
“The Intersection of Bilingualism & Disability: Dispelling Myths & Advocating for Lifelong Bilingualism” with Steve Przymus, Todd Fletcher, and Omar Serna.
Watch the recording of the webinar
Access Passcode: mCRP4W=D
Dual language bilingual education programs are programs where students learn content in a language other than English as well as another language.