The Department of Chicano/Latino Studies presents
"Contesting School Inequality: Pathways to Chicano/Latino Educational Success"
with Eduardo Mosqueda, Assistant Professor of Education at UC Santa Cruz
Monday, February 3, 2014
11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Social Science Tower, Room 318 (Jeff Garcilazo Conference Room)
Mosqueda is an assistant professor of education at UC Santa Cruz. He completed his doctoral studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. A Spencer Fellow, his quantitative background includes linear and non-linear methods in large-scale data analysis that include longitudinal analysis and multilevel modeling. He also has a background in methods in educational measurement. His primary research analyzes the relationship between the English proficiency of non-native English speakers, their access to rigorous courses, and their performance on standardized mathematics assessments.
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