Victory Celebration – Dr. Jose Moreno!

Dr. Jose Moreno will be sworn in for a second term on the Anaheim City School Board on Monday, December 13th at the Board Meeting!

(from Left:  Dr. Jose Moreno, Lorena Moreno-School Teacher, and Francisco Barragan)

In appreciation for everyone’s support, time and commitment in getting  Dr. Jose Moreno re-elected to the School Board there was a:

Victory Reception on Friday, December 10th from 6 pm -8pm at the Sahuaros Birrieria and Seafood Restaurant located at 825 N. Euclid St. Anaheim,  Ca 92801, owned and operated by Rosalinda and with some awesome dishes!!!

This was truly a community effort that resulted in victory for Dr. Jose Moreno and all the children in the schools of City of Anaheim.

Community Leaders, Educators and Friends were present including:

  • Amin David, President of Los Amigos;
  • Zeke Hernandez, President of LULAC Santa Ana Council
  • Julio Perez,  Chair of Dr Moreno’s successful Re-election
  • Dr. Richard Ramirez; and Dr. Ortiz – Chapman University and others guests.


Dr. Jose Moreno’s background (per

Education Ed.D., Harvard University Graduate School of Education
Ed.M., Harvard University
B.A., University of California, Irvine

José F. Moreno is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chicano & Latino Studies at California State University, Long Beach.  Dr. Moreno’s area of emphasis is Latino/a education and policy studies.  Born in Guasave, Sinaloa, Mexico and raised in Oxnard, Ca, he received his B.A. in Social Ecology from the University of California, Irvine; Ed.M. from Harvard University; and Ed.D. from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy.

Prior to joining CSULB, Dr. Moreno served on the faculty in the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University where he also served as the Research Analyst for the Campus Diversity Initiative Evaluation Resource Project, and Senior Institutional Researcher at Pomona College. Previously, Dr. Moreno served as a Post-Doctoral Scholar in the Division of Education at the University of California, Davis, where he studied the long-term influences of pre-college outreach programs for the nationally recognized Puente Project.  Dr. Moreno’s publications include: The Elusive Quest for Equality: 150 Years of Chicano/a Education (Ed.); University Faculty Views About the Value of Diversity on Campus and in the Classroom; and, co-editor with Patricia Gandara of a special issue of The Journal of Educational Policy titled, The Puente Project: Issues & Perspectives on Preparing Latino Youth for Higher Education. His teaching & research interests include: Latino/a Education; Higher Education Policy; Access & Equity; Diversity and Higher Education; Pre-College Outreach Programs; Evaluation Methods; and the Social Context Of Education. He is a past Co-Chair of the Editorial Board of the Harvard Educational Review and researcher for the Harvard University Civil Rights Project.


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