Drew Kravin is a mathematics coordinator for the Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE), where he co-directs and teaches in several specialized professional development programs for teachers, K-12. Among his responsibilities, he serves as co-director of ACCLAIM, the Alameda County Collaborative for Learning and Instruction in Mathematics, a professional development program in partnership with California State University East Bay that has provided training for over 2500 teachers since 2000. He also serves as co-director of two California Mathematics and Science Partnership grants, whose purpose is to institutionalize mathematics coaching support in several districts. Additionally, he is coordinator of the Student Work Profile, Internet-based software that facilitates teacher analysis of student work and that also includes a student online reasoning component. Drew served as mathematics and assessment specialist at ACOE prior to his position as mathematics coordinator, was a visiting educator at the California Department of Education, and was a writer for state and national standards. Drew has had a long-standing involvement in bilingual development both personally and professionally, including its connections to mathematics. Drew has been a classroom teacher primarily at the elementary level and a mathematics educator K-12 for over 22 years.