When will what’s considered ‘creole’ in the various Caribbean countries graduate to be considered languages?
Dr. Kari-Lee Grant is an educator and entrepreneur. She is the president and CEO of the Center for Research and Equitable Development LLC, which offers coaching and consulting services to help educators, students, and personnel in education-based community organizations achieve research and equity goals.
She is a 19-year veteran teacher in a public school district in Long Island, where she serves as a Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Dr. Grant has presented at local, national, and international conferences including the Society for Caribbean Linguistics Biennial Conference in Jamaica in 2016 and the World Education Research Association (WERA) Focal Meeting in Japan in 2019. Dr. Grant considers herself to be a transformative education leader, and is committed to eliciting excellence and equity in education.
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