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Dr. Melissa Arrambide

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #114

Phone: 903-886-5520



Arrambide, M. (2002) Review: Lead, Follow, or Get out of the Way. Catalyst for Change.

Brownlee, S.A., Arrambide, M.A., Holt, W.C. (2014) Identifying Research-Based Teaching Strategies in Reading To close the achievement gap for Low SocioEconomic children in Texas. Global Education Review. Longbridge Publishing Company.

Borgemenke, A.J., Arrambide, M.A., Holt, W.C. (2014) Examining Recurring Critical Events in School Years Using School District Staff Perceptions. Schooling, 5 (1).

Miley, J. Borgemenke, A.J., Arrambide, M.A. (2014) Analyzing English Language Learner Instruction Programs Using Standardized Student Achievement Test Scores. Journal of Bilingual Education Research & Instruction, 16 (1)196-214.

Sanchez, H. T., Arrambide, M., Borgemenke, A. J. Educating a diverse student population in the era of accountability in J. A. Vornberg & W.D. Hickey (Eds.), Texas public school organization and administration: 2014. Dubuque, IA.Kendall Hunt

Matthews, L. Holt, W., Arrambide, M.A. (October, 2014) Factors Influencing the Establishment and Sustainability of Professional Learning Communities: the Teacher’s Perspective. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 5 (11).

Arrambide, M.A., Borgemenke, A.J. Public Schools and the Border Surge: Challenges for School Administrators. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Article submitted for publication.

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