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Saúl Isaac Maldonado

 

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Educate children and it will not be necessary to punish adults—Pythagoras of Samos

 


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Formerly a Northwest Pasadena (CA) English teacher and Los Angeles college access program director, I'm a third-year doctoral student in education at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Informed by a worldview of equity and diversity, my teaching and research explore scholastic language, literacy and K-12 STEM achievement across curriculum & instruction, evaluation & assessment, and teacher preparation.

 

Culturally responsive formative assessment & Lat-CRE

 

 

 

Academic Literacy and Mathematics Achievement

The effects of English-language proficiency and curricular pathways

Gateway to language minorities' science achievement

Mathematics course-taking in urban school contexts

A report on the state of history education

 

 

Currently analyzing data from three waves of a teacher co-constructed assessment instrument that measures Latina/os' mathematics, language and literacy proficiency as well as conceptualizing the development of a Latina/o culturally responsive evaluation framework.