• IDRA Newsletter • November-December 2018 •

American Educational Research Association (AERA) Hispanic Issues SIG Award for Research in Elementary and Secondary Education, 2018

Lifetime Achievement Award, Texas Association for Bilingual Education, 2018

Education Awards Gala Honoree, LULAC National Education Service Centers, 2016

Honored by American Graduate Day, 2015

MALDEF’s Excellence in Community Service Award, 2013

San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame, 2011

Crystal Star Awards of Excellence in Dropout Recovery, Intervention and Prevention, National Dropout Prevention Center/ Network, 2006

Community Advocate of the Year, San Antonio Association for Bilingual Education, 2005

Community Advocacy Award, Texas Association for Bilingual Education, 2002

Headliner in Education Award, Association for Women in Communications, San Antonio Professional Chapter, 2000

Ford Salute to Education – Community Service Award, 2000

Lo Mejor de Lo Nuestro, Univisíon, San Antonio

Ramón L. Santiago President’s Award, National Association of Bilingual Education, 2000

Peter F. Drucker Award for Non-Profit Innovation Recognition, Coca-Cola Valued Youth Program

Profiles in Leadership Award, Mission City Business and Professional Women, 1999

100 Hispanic Influentials, Hispanic Business, 1997

La Prensa Hispanic Heritage Education Award, 1997

Title VII Doctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1980 to 1982

Women and Minority Research Fellow, National Institute of Education, 1979

High Achievement Commendation, Antioch College, 1975

Magna Cum Laude, Our Lady of the Lake University, 1972

Alpha Chi Society, 1971

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