Yalda M. Kaveh        یلدا کاوه
                          
Hi! سلام

 I am an assistant professor of Bilingual Education at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. I study forms of power such as race, class, ethnicity, and language ideologies that shape language use in society, language instruction in schools, and language practices in bi/multilingual (im)migrant families.  Learn More About Me

Research & Fieldwork

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Current Projects:
1. Mixed method study of Language Socialization in Iranian Immigrant/Refugee Families in the U.S.

2. The Inception and Growth of a Persian-English Bilingual Community Education Program


Esperanza Project: Collaboration with a Dual Language Bilingual Program in Arizona
Phase II: Arizona’s return to 2000s-era English-only enforcement              (2023-2024 )

Phase I. Arizona’s distinctive path to reversing its restrictive bilingual education policies (2019-2021)
Unspoken Dialogues between Educational and Family Language Policies: Children as Language Policy Agents