Dr. Eduardo Muñoz-Muñoz

SWLP Director and

Assistant Professor & Bilingüismo y Justicia Coordinator, San José State University

Keynote Speaker – Day 4 – Tuesday, July 25th

Sustainability Beyond the Metaphor: Educators as Critical Ecological Agents


Eduardo R Muñoz-Muñoz, PhD, serves as the site director of the Stanford World Language Project (SWLP) and is also an Assistant Professor and the Coordinator of the Critical Bilingual Authorization program “Bilingüismo y Justicia” at the Lurie College of Education at San José State University. Dr. Muñoz-Muñoz earned his doctorate at Stanford University in 2018. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology (Stanford University, 2016), a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership (UC Berkeley, 2010), and a Licenciatura in English Philology (Universidad de Córdoba, España, 2000).

Dr. Muñoz-Muñoz has taught high school in Spain and in the UK he also taught elementary bilingual education, before becoming an elementary school principal in 2010. In his research, teaching, and practice, he engages with issues of linguistic access, educational opportunities, and teacher preparation. Additionally, he regularly supports and advises districts and dual immersion programs on design and implementation issues pertaining to multilingualism.  Dr. Muñoz-Muñoz is passionate and convinced about the transformative power of critical teachers, and is honored to partake in their sustainable development as professionals and as critical agents of change.


  1. In what ways are you supportive of the assets students bring to the classroom, including various usages of language?

  2. What does being a transformatory intellectual, a critical sociolinguist, look like in your classroom?