Antonio Corrales

Antonio Corrales, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership,
College of Education

Contact number: 409-392-8186
Email: corrales@uhcl.edu
Office: B1111-11

Biography

Curriculum Vitae


Areas of Expertise

  • At-Risk Student Populations
  • School Turnaround


Publications

Journal Articles

  • Tingle, E., Corrales, A., & Peters, M. (in-press). Leadership development programs: Investing in school principals. Educational Studies.
  • Corrales, A. (2017). Factors impacting school closure and configuration. Retrieved from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1555458917714285
  • Corrales, A. (2017). Not watching the fight: examining the dynamics of school turnaround.  Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 20(3), 76-85.
  • Corrales, A., Schumacher, G., & Peters, M. (2017). Does money really matter? Investing  in the future of Hispanic students. AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice, 13(4), 9-19.
  • Corrales, A. (2017). Aligning research based strategies to charter school turnaround plans. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 11(1),33-61. 

Books

  • Corrales, A. (2016). Undoing the damage: Repairing a broken school district. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris Corp.
  • Corrales, A. (1995). A Vision of Life (Una Vision de la Vida). Caracas, Venezuela.


Courses (Current Academic Year)

  • ADSU 5010 Professional Preparation Seminar
  • ADSU 6235 Administration of Special Programs
  • ADSU 6436 School Resource Management
  • COUN 6032 Statistics and Measurement for Counselors
  • EDUC 6032 Applied Statistics
  • EDLS 7637 Personnel Management
  • EDLS 8130 Strategic Planning and System Alignment
  • EDLS 8132 Transition and Change Management


Research Projects

  • Anti-bullying/diversity program through art-based education and its impact on academic performance: Faces of Diversity.
  • Early Head Start Program, 0-3 years old, Galveston County: Closing Achievement Gaps.
  • All terrain electric wheel chairs in schools: Impacting academic performance.


Awards and Accomplishments

Deans’ Award for Exceptional Graduate Student Research Southwest Educational Research Association (SERA)