Professor Terrence G. Wiley is President of the Center for Applied Linguistics in Washington, DC, and he serves as Special Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership and Graduate School, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. He is also Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University, where he served as Executive Dean of the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education and Director of the Division of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. He has also served as a Visiting Professor in the School of Foreign Languages for Renmin (Peoples’) University of China’s International Programs. Prof. Wiley’s teaching and research have focused on educational and applied linguistics, concentrating on educational language policies; teaching English as a second and international language; bilingualism, literacy and biliteracy studies; and heritage and community language education. His scholarly articles and reviews have appeared in numerous academic journals. Among his books are: Handbook of Heritage, Community, and Native American Languages: Research, Policy, and Practice in the United States (co-editor, Routledge, 2014), and Literacy and Language Diversity in the United States, 2nd Ed (author, 2005, Center for Applied Linguistics & Delta Systems). Professor Wiley's editorial service includes co-founding and co-editing the Journal of Language, Identity and Education (Taylor & Francis), and the International Multilingual Research Journal (Taylor & Francis); guest co-editing the International Journal of the Sociology of Language and Bilingual Research Journal, and--most recently--the American Educational Research Association’s Review of Research in Education, Vol. 38, “Language Policy, Politics, and Diversity in Education” (Sage, 2014). He also has served on numerous editorial boards. In addition to his work in China, Prof. Wiley is the current organizer of the international Language Policy Research Network of AILA (Association Internationale de la Linguistique Appliquée).