Member, CAL Board of Trustees 2019 - 2021
Dr. Alfredo J. Artiles is Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University. He is affiliated faculty at Stanford’s Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity and is affiliated with the Learning Differences and the Future of Special Education Initiative. His interdisciplinary scholarship examines educational opportunities and inequities related to disability intersections with race, language, gender and social class. Dr. Artiles’ scholarship has brought attention to the intersection of historical, spatial and cultural influences in the production of racial and linguistic disparities in special education across school districts, cities, states, and nations. Of significance, he has documented the lack of systematic attention to race, language and culture in special education research.
Dr. Artiles directs the Equity Alliance and was elected Vice President of AERA (2009-2011). He is an AERA Fellow, a former Spencer Foundation/ National Academy of Education Postdoctoral Fellow and was a Resident Fellow at Stanford University’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. He has received numerous awards including a 2017 AERA Presidential Citation, the 2017 AERA Review of Research Award, the 2014 Division G Mentoring Award and the 2012 Palmer O. Johnson Award. He edits the Teachers College Press book series “Disability, Culture, & Equity.” Recent publications include (with M. Schuelka, C. Johnstone, & G. Thomas) “The SAGE Handbook on Inclusion and Diversity in Education” (Sage); (with R. Werning, P. Engelbrecht, M.Z. Caballeros, M. Hummel, & A. Rothe) “Keeping the Promise? Contextualizing Inclusive Education in Developing Countries" (Klinkhardt); (with J. Allan) “The 2017 World Yearbook of Education: Assessment inequalities (Routledge) and (with E. Kozleski & F. Waitoller) “Inclusive education: Examining equity on five continents” (Harvard Education Press).