Julieta Quinonez

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Denver, Colorado

Julieta Quinonez is currently the Multicultural Outreach Manager with the Denver Public Schools, where she works to close the communication gap with non-English-speaking parents. Before coming to the Denver schools, she worked for Padres y Jovenes Unidos, a non-profit organization that rallies parents and students around the issues of educational excellence, racial justice for youth, immigrant rights, and quality healthcare for all.

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Posted Dec. 16, 2014

School Choice: ‘A Stepping Stone in Creating Transparency and Accountability’

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Posted Oct. 20, 2014

All Students Deserve a College-Ready Education

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