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Irene Castillon, MA’ 10, is the founding academic dean and Mexican-American history teacher in east San Jose at the Luis Valdez Leadership Academy, a charter school managed by the Foundation for Hispanic Education.
A policy brief discusses the impact of financial aid programs like the one that helped Irene Castillon, MA ’10.
Carl Wieman
Stanford Nobel laureate Carl Wieman is recognized for leadership in science education.
Sarah Levine (photo by Sofia Kukhar)
Sarah Levine's research is helping to devise better methods for instruction of interpretative reading.
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