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Kremen School of Education and Human Development

Cecilia Mendoza

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership


Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership for Social Justice, California State University,

East Bay, June 2016

Dissertation Title:  Denial of Access: The Impact of Linked Learning/California Partnership Academies in Preparing English Language Learners to Become College and Career Ready for Post-Secondary Opportunities

  • California Teacher English Learner Certificate (CTEL), University of Phoenix, June 2010
  • Master of Educational Leadership, California State University, East Bay, 2005
  • Master of Science in Human Performance, San Jose State University, June 1998
  • Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance, San Jose State University, June 1981

Courses Taught

Teaching Assignments
  • EAD 262, Advanced Educational Leadership
  • EAD 263, Leadership for Developing Human Capacity
  • EAD 269, Site Based Decision Making
  • EAD 272, Advance Curriculum Design and Instruction
  • EAD 274, Instructional Systems and Leadership for Equity
  • EAD, 280T, Assessment Analysis and Information Systems
  • EAD 298, Master Degree Research Project
  • EDL 521, Human Resource Management
  • EDL 588, Theory of Cross-Cultural Education
  • EDL 580T Executive Leadership
  • EDL 599, Dissertation Seminar