CONTRIBUTORS and CREATORS

Dr. Luis Rosado
Dr. Luis Rosado
Dr. Luis A. Rosado is a Professor of Bilingual Education and the Director of the Center for Bilingual and ESL Education at the University of Texas at Arlington. With more than 30 years of experience in bilingual education, he is a recognized author and expert in parent involvement and teacher education. Dr. Rosado contributes knowledge about the similarities and differences between English and Spanish literacies.
Professor and Director for Center of Billingual Education
Lucy Livingston
Lucy Livingston
Lucy Livingston is a retired elementary school principal with experience as the former Director of the Kansas City, Kansas Head Start Programs and numerous administrative roles in Dallas ISD. She co-authored a book titled “Home Start for Parents” and is especially passionate about serving children with learning disabilities.
Former Elementary Principal and Head Start Director
Candis Grover
Candis Grover
Candis Grover has a Masters of Education in Reading from TAMU-Commerce including coursework at Bank Street College of Education. She has worked with dual language learners for more than 15 years as a bilingual teacher, district facilitator, writer, and consultant. As Director of Literacy and Spanish Development, she seeks to apply current research in simple ways that inspire and equip parents and teachers for real success.
Director of Literacy and Spanish Development


SOME OF OUR PARTNERS

WHAT WE ARE READING and WHAT WE ARE WRITING

As a mom of three young children, I struggled to find resources to help me effectively and creatively engage the rapidly developing minds of my kids. If a college-educated, former school teacher who spent years in the field of educational publishing finds herself at a loss for meaningful tools to get her kids ready for that first day of school, what does that mean for everyone else?…

Emily Roden

In recent months, much media attention has been given to community outreach campaigns targeted at families.   At ReadyRosie, we believe in today’s families and we are in favor of any efforts designed to engage and equip them.  At the same time, we would like to encourage community and school decision makers to consider a few questions when deciding what vehicle will be used for reaching your target audience…

Candis Grover