Dr. Sonia Soltero
Dr. Sonia Soltero is Professor and Chair of the Department of Leadership, Language, and Curriculum, and former Director of the Bilingual-Bicultural Education Graduate Program at DePaul University. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona and is a former Fellow of the Institute for Latino Studies at University of Notre Dame.
Soltero has been involved in bilingual education for more than thirty years as a university professor, researcher, education advocate, and former dual language public school teacher serving the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in Tucson, AZ as well as in Chicago Public Schools.
Soltero has numerous publications related to dual language, bilingual education and Latino education including three books, the latest entitled Dual Language Education: Program Design and Implementation. She is also co-editor of NABE Global Perspectives.
In addition, Soltero is an Executive Board member of NABE as well as co-founder and co-chair of the English Learners Advocacy Council in Higher Education (ELACHE).
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