Antonette has spent the last ten years working primarily in dual-language programs across underserved communities in Los Angeles. While teaching in dual language classrooms, Antonette emphasized the importance of biliteracy and bilingualism as a means of valuing diversity and bridging intergroup relationships. Her experience in project-based learning while collaborating with students, educators, and the community highlight her intense passion for educational equity. She has a multiple subject teaching credential and a Masters degree in Literacy Education from Loyola Marymount University.
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