We welcome Assistant Professor Xochitl Archey to the School of Education’s Multilingual/Multicultural unit at Cal State San Marcos.
She received her doctorate in Education from San Diego State University (SDSU) and Claremont Graduate University (CGU) but before joining us, Xochitl was an education specialist teaching English Learners (ELs) with special needs from kindergarten to age 22 in some of the lowest SES communities of Los Angeles, including East Los Angeles and South Central LA.
Archey received her B.A. in cognitive psychology from UC Irvine and her credential and M.A. in special education from CSU, Los Angeles. and she also served as an adjunct professor at SDSU for four years where she taught credential and M.A. courses for the Special Education Department and the Dual Language and English Learner Department. Her scholarship is centrally concerned with second language acquisition for ELs with special needs and with teacher preparation, specifically how teachers, through critical examination of social inequities and clear articulation of inclusion, maximize educational equity.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Xochitl Archey to the School of Education in the College of Education, Health & Human Services!