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Andy Lee

K-12 Educator

Anaheim Union High School District

La Mirada, CA, USA

K-12 & Higher Ed Management, Supporting Long Term English Learners and Professional Learning for high school teahers

15+ Years of Experience

Masters degree, College of Letters and Arts , Bachelor's 2000 and Master of Science in Education 2003, School of Education (Rossier) ,
University of Southern California

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  • LTEL
  • LTELs
  • professional learning
  • professional development
  • curriculum and instruction

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Cal State Fullerton, Master of Science in Education, 2020

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LTELsLtelprofessional learningprofessional developmentcurriculum and instruction

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