Ulises Rodriguez Palada
Uli was born and raised in Honduras. His passion for languages and cultures led him to pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages at the National University of Honduras. In Honduras, he taught ESL at college level and served as a second language program coordinator. Uli has a Masters Degree in Teaching from the School of International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont, and a K-12 ESL license from Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota. He has taught ESL at different Minnesota public schools and currently works as the Multilingual English Learner Coordinator at Edina Public Schools.
Uli’s professional interests include language and power, cultural competency, and educational equity.