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Dr. Cindy Guerrero is a Research Scientist within the Center for Research and Development in Dual Language and Literacy Acquisition (CRDLLA), Department of Educational Psychology. She received her doctoral degree from Texas A&M University in 2015. She supports the implementation of Project Research-based Strategies and Artificial Intelligence for School Enhancement: Turning Around Schools (RAISE), a federal grant that will scale evidence-based, field-initiated leadership innovations to support school turnaround. She also leads Project Virtually-Infused Collaborations for Teaching and Learning Opportunities for Rural Youth (VICTORY), a federal grant that supports literacy-infused science in rural schools in Texas. She has 19 years of experience managing large-scale grants that include over $74 million in federal funding by facilitating project management, recruitment, implementation, teacher professional development, data collection, reporting, and dissemination.

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Bilingual Education, Texas A&M University (2015)
M.Ed., Educational Psychology, Bilingual Education, Texas A&M University (2004)
M.Ed., Curriculum & Instruction, Texas State University (1999)
B.S., Elementary Education, Texas State University (1998)
BFEB 426. Effective instruction for Hispanic students of diverse abilities
Fall 2023
BIED 616. Spanish for bilingual and dual language classrooms
Summer 2021, Summer 2022, Summer 2023
EDCI611. Teaching ESL
Summer 2020
INST 363. ESL Methods II
Fall 2022