Dr. Luis Alfredo Lucio has been named the new dean at LSC-East Aldine Center.
Lucio joins the LSC-North Harris family from the Houston Independent School District, where he served as a senior recruiter for teacher recruitment and selection talent acquisition. He was also an adjunct professor at the University of St. Thomas, where he taught bilingual-dual language education. Prior to these concurrent roles, Dr. Lucio was principal of Carroll Elementary in the Aldine Independent School District.
Dr. Lucio grew up in the Aldine community and graduated from MacArthur High School before attending classes at LSC-North Harris. A consistent advocate for student success and bilingual education, Dr. Lucio has dedicated his career to championing teacher success and student retention in the classroom. He created the University of St. Thomas Bilingual Teacher Cohort and is a member of several professional organizations, including Suburban Houston Association of Bilingual Education (SHABE), Texas Association of Bilingual Education (TABE) and National Association of Bilingual Education (NABE).
Dr. Lucio holds a doctor of education in educational leadership from the University of Houston. He earned a master of education in educational leadership with a concentration in school administration and a bachelor of arts in academic studies with a concentration in bilingual education and Spanish, both from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, TX.
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