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Rubén A. González
Ph.D. Student in Education, admitted Autumn 2020
Student Employee, Center for Teaching and Learning
SU Student - Summer, Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP)
BioRubén González is proudly from Greenfield, California, and is a Ph.D. student in the Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE) program at Stanford University. His research interests focus on the sociopolitical disposition development of teachers of color and the use of Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) in traditional classroom settings. He dedicates his work to improving the K-12 schooling experiences of Black, Indigenous, all students of color, and other marginalized youth. Rubén taught high school English, English Language Development, and AVID in Sacramento, California, for six years prior to pursuing his graduate studies. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in English at Sacramento State University after transferring from Hartnell College. At the statewide level, Rubén serves on the Education Trust–West’s (ETW) Educator Advisory Council (EAC). In local community settings, Rubén has organized with the Association of Raza Educators (ARE) Sacramento, and Ethnic Studies Now (ESN) Sacramento and Elk Grove.