The overarching goal of the Louisiana Center for Research and Education on Languages and Literacies (LA CREoLL) is to support, enhance, develop, and transform multilingual language and literacy education in Louisiana in order to empower teachers, learners, families, and communities.
LA CREoLL brings together community members and scholars from various disciplines across the UL campus/system in order to forefront contemporary, research-based understandings of languages, literacies, and culture and the connections between them. The Center serves as a unique local, regional, and state resource for scholars/researchers, university faculty, preservice and classroom teachers/administrators, community members/stakeholders, and children and families. LA CREoLL also hosts a range of collaborative research projects, professional development opportunities, and outreach focused on languages, literacies, and family and community culture(s).
Co-Director: Tori K. Flint firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Director: Natalie Keefer email@example.com
Co-Assistant Director: Maria Bravo-Ruiz firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Assistant Director: Michelle Haj-Broussard email@example.com