The monograph Pathways to Plurilingual Education addresses recent trends, challenges and developments related to plurilingual education and foreign/second language teaching and acquisition. It consists of fifteen chapters which discuss the topic from multiple perspectives, reflecting the complexity and potential of the field and suggesting that the road to an efficient plurilingual and pluricultural environment is all but smooth and straight. The issues addressed by the different authors are therefore varied, from current research in bilingualism and pedagogical implications of plurilingualism to the importance of neighbouring languages and the question of identity in a world of cultural and linguistic diversity.

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