Professor of Educational Studies at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Previously, she was a high school teacher of French in the Baltimore area, where she taught both beginner and Advanced Placement classes to students with a wide range of learning needs. Dr. Arnett’s teaching and research interests in inclusive teaching practices and methods within second language classrooms began as an undergraduate student and has expanded in recent years to consider how newcomer students navigate the process of developing English within the content classroom. Her research has been disseminated in both English and French in multiple venues, including peer-reviewed journals and practitioner-oriented publications. Dr. Arnett has written or co-authored several books focused on inclusive education within language learning settings. In 2018 she co-authored Access for success: Making inclusion work for language learners. Dr. Arnett has also co-developed, developed, or contributed to multiple textbook programs for teaching French as an additional language to students in Canada.