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Forty-three Years of Educational Excellence for English Learners & Biliteracy for All

March 28 - 31, 2018

Sacramento Convention Center
Sacramento, California 

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Jorge Cuevas Antillon

San Diego County Office of Education
District Advisor: Curriculum & Instruction
Jorge Cuevas Antillón is a well-known voice on effective language learning. His capacity to serve schools and districts comes from decades in education, as a teacher, reading coach, school/district administrator and educational grant writer and manager. As the District Advisor for Curriculum and Instruction at the San Diego County Office of Education, he guides county school districts' focus on multilingualism. He also stewards the national and statewide versions of the Common Core en español, source of standards for Spanish Language Arts and Mathematics in Spanish.  At the SDSU College of Education, he prepares teacher candidates for their biliteracy classrooms. He also serve on the board for a statewide nonprofit, Community HousingWorks, which creates safe living spaces as a platform for life improvement for low income families, seniors and formerly homeless individuals, as well as two biliteracy scholarship groups in San Diego County supporting first-generation university-bound students.

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