Marc Rodriguez

Rodriguez, Marc

Topics:

Children/Youth Issues, Education, Family Dynamics, Immigration, Bilingual, Spanish, Teacher Education

Expertise:

K-12 Education, Parenting skills, Sheltered (ESL) Instruction, Educational Administration (Principal)


Degree: M.A.

Title: Parents as Teachers Coordinator, Parenting Coordinator

Department: School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Family Literacy

Email: mrodri90@msudenver.edu

Office Phone: 303-458-8063

Alternate Phone: 720-323-0736

Interviewed by: TBN – Channel 238 “Joy in Our Town”, Boulder Daily Camera

Additional Languages Spoken: Español


Biography:

Marc Rodriguez, M.A., is the Parents as Teachers Coordinator and Parenting Coordinator in the Family Literacy program at Metropolitan State University of Denver. His areas of expertise include K-12 education, parenting skills, Sheltered (ESL) Instruction, and educational administration.

Rodriguez has been with MSU Denver for 10 years. In addition to working at MSU Denver, Rodriguez works as a Teacher Effectiveness Coach at Denver Public Schools.

Rodriguez received both his master’s degree in educational administration and his bachelor’s degree in elementary education from University of Colorado – Denver in 1995 and 1990, respectively.