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Monika Jezak has worked since 1996 at the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute, where she presently acts as Assistant Director. She conducts research in areas of language policy and planning, multilingualism, adult immigrants’ bi-literacy, adult immigrants’ second language education, and sociolinguistics of immigration. She has almost thirty years of experience in teaching French as a second language within various settings, such as immersion classes, various adult immigrant programs, and university. She has over fifteen years’ experience in training second language teachers. She participated in the development and administration of language tests as President of the French as a Second Language Ottawa-Carleton Contest and as Coordinator of the FSL Certification Tests at the University of Ottawa. She has provided expertise to UNESCO and, since 2009, has acted as an expert in language policy at the Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks.