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Françoise Thenoux

Françoise Thenoux

Françoise Thenoux has been an educator for almost 20 years. She is a proud Latina and worked as an ESL teacher for years, not only providing the students with the necessary literacy skills to survive the U.S schools system, but helping Latinx families understand the benefits of bilingualism. She has been teaching Español at the elementary level for 11 years and has an M.Ed. in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She is a passionate advocate of equitable, inclusive, social justice-oriented World Language curriculums. She shares her advocacy, tips, best practices and self-made resources through social media as “The Woke Spanish Teacher.” 

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