Edward M. Olivos is an associate professor specializing in bilingual education and bicultural parent involvement. His research focuses on the relationship between bicultural parents and schools as well as the development of bilingual educators.
Deborah Olson, Ph.D., teaches classes concerning the social construction of disability, research methods, qualitative research, and professional issues for human service workers.
A career educator, Dr. Olson has extensive experience working with districts and schools to implement state and national education reforms. Her current research focuses on reducing tensions and enhancing alignments between teaching and learning. She earned the M. A.
As the administrator of programs that advance donor stewardship activities and board relations, Andrea's duties include scholarship program management, donor recognition, donor relations, and fund management.