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Dr. Oscar Jimenez-Castellanos is an Associate Professor in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. He has published extensively in the area of K-12 education finance, policy and parent engagement and its impact on opportunity, equity and outcomes in low-income ethnically and linguistically diverse communities. His work has been published in leading academic journals such as Review of Educational Research, Journal of Education Finance, Bilingual Research Journal, Educational Considerations, and Journal of Latinos and Education. He co-edited Bicultural Parent Engagement: Empowerment and Advocacy (2011) published by Teachers College Press. This book received a 2012 AESA Critics Choice Award. He is co-editor of the Association of Mexican-American Educators (AMAE) Journal.
Dr. Jimenez-Castellanos is a 2014 School Finance Fellow with the Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) and a 2012 Ford Postdoctoral Fellow administered by the National Research Council of the National Academies. He was bestowed the honor of a Fulton Professor in 2011 and served as Arizona’s Acting Director of the University Research Council (URC) in Education.
In addition, Dr. Jimenez-Castellanos actively teaches, recruits and mentors graduate students in M.A., Ed.D. and Ph.D. programs focused on educational policy and evaluation. He hopes to develop a pipeline of effective teachers, administrators, policy researchers and academics to help improve our educational system to better serve all students and communities. He is a former migrant student, first generation college graduate and K-12 educator. He received his M.A. in Policy Studies from San Diego State University and Ph.D. in Education from Claremont Graduate University and San Diego State University.
Primary area of expertise is K-12 education policy and finance with a specific focus on English Language Learners. Research activities are centered around academic achievement and equity in low-income, ethnically and linguistically diverse K-12 school communities.