The Future of Education

Edition 14

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Letti Romero Grimaldo

Institution: Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk at the University of Texas at Austin

Address: 1912 Speedway, D4900

Postal Code: 78712

Country: United States

Letti Romero Grimaldo, Ph.D. is a senior project manager at the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk at the University of Texas at Austin. She currently serves as co-principal investigator for Project ELEVATE (Ensuring Learning for ELs by Valuing Family Engagement and Teacher Effectiveness), Project C2 (Collective Capacity: Professional Learning to Improve the Quality of Language and Literacy Instruction for English Learners) and Project MITOS (Transforming the Learning of Science for Second-Grade Latinx Students Through Meaningful Interactions Using Technology Outside of School), three federally funded grants. Her research interests include language, literacy, culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy and practice, bi/multilingual education, job-embedded professional learning, school reform, and school leadership. She has extensive experience developing and providing professional learning in these areas to educators and school leaders, as well as disseminating her work nationally. Dr. Grimaldo is also a lecturer for Texas State University, where she teaches master's-level courses in educational leadership within the Education and Community Leadership Program.

Areas of expertise: Culturally and lIguistically responsive Instruction; school reform, job-embedded professional learning, effective instruction for multilingual learners

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