Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Liberal Studies
Areas of Expertise
Adolescence, California, Children’s Issues, Composition, Diversity, Education, Education Reform, English as a Second Language, Language Acquisition, Latino Studies, Literacy, Literature, Multiculturalism, Social Justice, Teacher Education, Urban Education, Teacher Preparation, Common Core Standards, Foster Youth, Class Issues in Education and Society, Student Engagement.
Dr. Angela Macias has been teaching at the college level for three years, both in undergraduate and teacher preparation programs. Prior to that, she was a public school teacher for 10 years in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. She also spent several years as a professional development trainer for schools across the country. Her research involves student engagement, particularly Latino students, and she works often with foster youth.
Ph.D. in Leadership for Education Justice, University of Redlands
M.S. in Education, California Baptist University
B.A. in English, California Baptist University
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