Sarah Gallo is an assistant professor of bilingual and immigrant education in the department of teaching and learning at The Ohio State University. As an anthropologist of education who conducts ethnographic research across Latin@ immigrant children’s schools, homes, and communities, she critically engages in promoting school-based learning that better recognizes and builds upon young children’s mobile and heterogeneous resources in the United States and Mexico. Her current research, which examines repatriated students’ educational experiences in Mexican schools, is supported by the Fulbright Scholars Program and the National Academy of Education and Spencer Foundations. Her research has been published in journals such as the American Educational Research Journal and Harvard Educational Review. She holds a PhD in educational linguistics from the University of Pennsylvania.