Karla Lomeli is a Doctoral candidate in Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE) the newest program in SHIPS. Her research interests involve studying the intersection between race and language and its implications on language acquisition and literacy development as it relates to Latino students and their academic achievement. Prior to Stanford, she was an English Language Teacher for nine years in East Side San Jose and one year in East Side Salinas. She earned a Masters in Teacher Education and has experience in Instructional coaching, Curriculum, and Professional development.

All Publications

  • NURTURING DISCURSIVE STRENGTHS Efforts to Improve the Teaching of Reading and Writing in a Latino Charter School ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS RESEARCH AND TEACHING: REVISITING AND EXTENDING ARTHUR APPLEBEE'S CONTRIBUTIONS Valdes, G., Lomeli, K., Taube, J., Teachers Latino Coll Preparatory, Durst, R. K., Newell, G. E., Marshall, J. D. 2017: 107–22