School of Teacher Education
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
January 2009 - Professor Bilingual/ESL Education and Special Education. Director of CASS/UNC Program
January 2008 - Professor Bilingual/ESL Education and Special Education; Principal Investigator of “Learning the Language of Content Areas: Professional Development and Coaching for Middle and Secondary Level Teachers who Educate LEP Students;” Director of CASS/UNC Program.
August 2003 - Professor Bilingual/ESL Education, Special Education and Principal Investigator of “Learning the Languages of Content Areas: Professional Development and Coaching for Middle and Secondary Level Teachers who Educate LEP Students.” UNC
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Family involvement in educational and school oriented activities; early childhood bilingualism; dual language programs; students with special needs in dual language programs; second language learners with disabilities; language development of Hispanic young children who are blind, strategies for teaching ESL to students with and without disabilities; and education in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
Muller, T. , & Milian, M. (Revisions submitted). Latino families of children with severe disabilities: Experiences with school personnel.
Milian, M. , & Walker, D. (In progress). Special needs and gifted and talented students in dual language programs.
Milian, M. & Pearson, V. (2005). Students with a visual impairment in a dual language program: A case study. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. 99, 715-720.
Shannon, S. & Milian, M. (2002). Parents choose dual language programs in Colorado: A survey. Bilingual Research Journal, 26(3), 679-693.
Milian, M. (2001). Schools’ efforts to involve Latino families of students with visual impairments. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 95(7), 389-402.