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Dr. Moreno is adjunct professor at California State Universities Long Beach and Los Angeles in the Education departments teaching students and supporting them in attaining their Bilingual Authorization. He is a school principal and the Director of Parent Relations for the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE). He received his Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate University in 2014. He earned three MA degrees from California State University Los Angeles: Educational Foundations, Educational Administration, and Mexican American Studies.
In 2017 he was honored by the Los Angeles County Bilingual Directors Association for his leadership in Bilingual Education. In 2020 he participated in the Wiki Wisdom forum meeting with Dr. Linda Darling Hammond, California School Board President, First partner Jenny Seibel Newsome, and Superintendent Tony Thurmond on the importance of Socioemotional Learning, Ethnic Studies, Community Outreach, mental health and student resilience.
Dr. Moreno has presented at local districts, state, national, and international conferences on multiple topics including Access to Higher Education, the Impostor Syndrome in Education, its impacts on minority leaders and communities, the six-year college plan, social/structural inequities, and student academic resilience. He has over 60 Op/Ed pieces published in La Opinion. Using his personal experience of being an immigrant student that fell through the cracks of education, he has developed interventions for marginalized and disenfranchised students aimed at promoting personal growth and civic engagement. These programs have been implemented in Los Angeles, California (El Monte),
In this ten session program, for both students and parents, participants will learn:
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