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Welcome to the Department of Educational Leadership

Dr. Francisco Guajardo,
Associate Professor

Office: EDUC 1.608
Phone: (956) 665-2945
Email: guajardo@utpa.edu, f_guajardo@yahoo.com
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COURSES TAUGHT

Master’s
EDUL 6333 Curriculum Development
EDUL 6334 Instructional Leadership
EDUL 6388 Sociocultural Foundations of Education
EDUL 6398/99 Internship in Principalship

Doctoral
EDUL 8304 Social and Cultural Contexts of Education

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Curriculum development
Community leadership
Youth community leadership
Latino epistemologies
Latino education
Rural education
College access
Leadership in the arts

SPECIALIZATION

Curriculum development
Place based education
Community leadership
Youth community leadership
Latino epistemologies
Latino education
Rural education
College access

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Refereed/Juried journal articles

Guajardo, Francisco. (Accepted, 2008). “Teacher, Researcher, and Agent for Community Change: A South Texas High School Experience.” Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspectives. Institute for Global Initiatives. Kennesaw State University: Kennesaw, Georgia.

Guajardo, Miguel, Guajardo, Francisco, with Edyael Casaperalta. (2007). “Transformative Education: Chronicling a Pedagogy for Social Change.” Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 39.1.

Guajardo, Francisco & Guajardo, Miguel (2006). “School Leadership for Social Change: A Look at an Educational Leadership Process.” Catalyst for Change. 43 (6) pp 10-17.

Guajardo, F.; Perez, D.; Ozuna, J.; Guajardo, M.; Davila, E.; Casaperalta, N. (2006). “Youth Voice and the Llano Grande Center.” International Journal of Leadership in Education. October-December 2006, vol. 9, no. 4.

Guajardo, Miguel & Guajardo, Francisco. (2004). “The Impact of Brown on the Brown of South Texas: a Micropolitical perspective on the education of Mexican Americans in a rural South Texas community.” American Educational Research Journal, vol. 41, No. 3, 501-526, Fall 2004.

Book chapters

Guajardo, Francisco. (Accepted, 2008 expected publication). “The Heart of the Story: Framing Partnerships.” Ed. Maenette Benham. In Our Mother’s Voice II. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Benham, Maenette. & Guajardo, Francisco (Accepted, 2008 expected publication). “The foundational partnership: Learning from the Voices of our Elders.” Ed. Maenette Benham. In Our Mother’s Voice II. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Guajardo, Miguel & Guajardo, Francisco. (2007). “Two Brothers in Higher Education: Weaving a Social Fabric for Service in Academic—A Model of Interdependence.” In Latino Perspectives on Higher Education for the Public Good: An Intergenerational Approach. Eds. Ray Padilla and Kenneth Gonzalez.

Guajardo, Francisco. (2006). “Teaching Leadership Through Story Formation.” Chapter in For the Love of Literacy, by Valerie Sosa. Published by the New Jersey Writing Project in Texas.

Guajardo, Francisco. (2005). “Narratives of Transformation: Education and Social Change in a Rural South Texas.” In Holding Values: the North Dakota Study Group and the Progressive Stance on Current Issues in Education. Eds. Brenda Engel and Anne Martin. Heinemann: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Guajardo, Miguel, Beaty, Danna, & Guajardo, Francisco. (2005). Parental Involvement and Engagement: History & Examples from Two Hispanic Schools. In A. Pankake, M. Littleton, & G. Schroth (EDS). The Administration & Supervision of Special Programs in Education, 2nd Ed. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.

Trueba, Henry & Guajardo, Francisco. (2003). “La creación de los nuevos intelectuales: investigación etnohistórica y construcción de una comunidad en el Sur Rural de Texas.” In Diversidad étnica y cultural en las aulas. Soriano, Encarnación, Ed. Madrid, Spain: Editorial La Muralla.

Guajardo, M. & Guajardo, F. (2002). “Critical Ethnography and Community Change.” Zou, Yali and Henry Trueba (Eds). Ethnography and schools: qualitative approaches to the study of education.. Rowman & Littlefield.

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