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Anthony M. Collatos, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Education
Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Phone: (310) 568 - 5671
Location: West Los Angeles Graduate Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Parent/teacher partnerships
  • Teacher education
  • Urban education

Tony Collatos' research interests include college access pathways, urban education, critical sociology, learning communities, and urban family/teacher education partnerships. He is a research associate with UCLA's Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access and the University of California All Campus Consortium on Racial Diversity (UC/ACCORD). His research involves the Futures Project, an eight-year longitudinal study that looked at creating alternative pathways for first-generation urban youth to more effectively navigate the k-16 educational pipeline. He has also published several articles and book chapters about his work. Collatos regularly presents his research to educators, community groups, and at national and international conferences. He currently teaches courses in social and cultural foundations, multi-cultural education, and action research. Before becoming a university teacher educator, Collatos taught as a secondary social studies instructor, coached, and worked as a college access advisor for low-income youth.

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