Robel Espino

Robel Espino is an education specialist assistant, worked as an after school instructor, and serves as a youth leader in his local church. A first-generation college graduate, Robel attended California State University, East Bay in Hayward, CA, and received a degree in English Literature. Robel is an Oakland native who received k-12 education in the cities of Oakland, San Pablo, and Richmond, CA. He is a husband, and a father of a four-year old.

Posts by Robel:

Are the Cost Barriers to Become a Credentialed Teacher in California Keeping People of Color Out of the Classroom?

I have spent the last several months researching and applying to different credentialing programs in order to begin my careerRead More…

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How Bay Area Schools Can Better Serve Students With Intensive Special Education Needs

There are many characteristics that differentiate charter schools from district-run schools. From funding, to the enrollment processes, to academic performances,Read More…

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Students Deserve an Education That Is Special: How Instructors Can Accommodate Students with Learning Differences

All students have unique learning styles that make them different from one another. Students who have been identified with specificRead More…

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