Padilla, Raymond V.
PADILLA, Raymond V.
PADILLA, Raymond V. American (born Mexico), b. 1944. Genres: Education, Information science/Computers, Language/Linguistics. Career: University of California, Berkeley, Survey Research Center, research assistant and acting project director, 1972, researcher in Chicano studies program, 1973; Michigan Department of Education, higher education consultant and coordinator of Latino education, 1975-77; Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, assistant professor of social foundations, 1977-80, associate professor of foreign languages and bilingual studies, 1981; Arizona State University, Tempe, professor of educational leadership and policy studies, 1982-, director of Hispanic Research Center, 1986-91. University of Michigan, Survey Research Center, visiting scholar, 1982. Publications: HyperQual: MacIntosh Program for Qualitative Data Analysis; (with M. Montiel) Debatable Diversity, 1998. EDITOR: Ethnoperspectives in Bilingual Education Research, Bilingual Programs, Vol. I: Bilingual Education and Public Policy in the United States, 1979, Vol. II: Theory in Bilingual Education, 1980, Bilingual Education Technology, 1981; (and contrib.) Theory, Technology, and Public Policy in Bilingual Education, 1983; (with M. Montiel, and contrib.) Chicanos and the Higher Learning, 1985; (with E.E. Garcia) Advances in Bilingual Education Research, 1985; (with R.C. Chavez) The Leaning Ivory Tower, 1995. Contributor to books. Address: College of Education & Human Development, University of Texas at San Antonio, 6900 North Loop 1604 W, San Antonio, TX 78249-0654, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]