Terrence Wiley

Affiliations: 
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Area:
Language and Literature Education, Linguistics Language
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Karen J. Gasket grad student 2002 Arizona State
Wayne E. Wright grad student 2004 Arizona State
Giselle W. Edman grad student 2005 Arizona State
Soung o. Su grad student 2005 Arizona State
Na Liu grad student 2010 Arizona State
Ahmet Uludag grad student 2010 Arizona State
Ha Lam grad student 2011 Arizona State
Karen E. Lillie grad student 2011 Arizona State
Ricardo Gonzalez-Carriedo grad student 2012 Arizona State
Mengying Li grad student 2012 Arizona State
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Liu N, Lin CK, Wiley TG. (2016) Learner Views on English and English Language Teaching in China International Multilingual Research Journal. 1-21
Wiley TG. (2015) The Civil Rights Act and the Weight of History International Multilingual Research Journal. 9: 308-312
Arias MB, Wiley TG. (2015) Forty years after Lau: The continuing assault on educational human rights in the United States and its implications for linguistic minorities Language Problems and Language Planning. 39: 227-244
Wiley TG, Garcia DR, Danzig AB, et al. (2014) Language Policy, Politics, and Diversity in Education Review of Research in Education. 38
Wiley TG. (2014) Diversity, Super-Diversity, and Monolingual Language Ideology in the United States: Tolerance or Intolerance? Review of Research in Education. 38: 1-32
Wiley TG, Rolstad K. (2014) The Common Core State Standards and the Great Divide International Multilingual Research Journal. 8: 38-55
Wiley TG. (2014) Conclusion: The consequences of nullification Language Policy Processes and Consequences: Arizona Case Studies. 156-164
Moore SCK, Fee M, Ee J, et al. (2014) Exploring Bilingualism, Literacy, Employability and Income Levels among Latinos in the United States The Bilingual Advantage: Language, Literacy and the Us Labor Market. 45-76
Wiley TG. (2013) Constructing and Deconstructing "Illegal" Children Journal of Language, Identity and Education. 12: 167-172
Lillie KE, Markos A, Arias MB, et al. (2012) Separate and not equal: The implementation of structured english immersion in arizona's classrooms Teachers College Record. 114
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