Sergio Diaz Luna

Sergio Díaz-Luna
Sergio Diaz Luna
Graduate Researcher,
Stanford University

Sergio Diaz Luna is a graduate of the Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies program (POLS) at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. His interests lie in supporting the capacity building efforts of community-based organizations and nonprofit programs by helping plan, deliver and evaluate their impact to improve student outcomes. Previously Sergio has helped low-income first-generation high school students develop resiliency by implementing SEL practices, leveraging community partnerships with elected officials and other nonprofit organizations to support this work. He worked closely with children and families seeking asylum in the United States as a legal assistant and consulted with LAUSD on creating school environments that support newcomer children. He has also served as a board member of Café con Libros, a child literacy non-profit, and as a city commissioner where he continues to support community capacity building efforts.

Publications by Sergio Diaz Luna
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The Path Towards Reimagining and Rebuilding Schools
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all students; however, its impact has been particularly devastating for students of color, students from low-income families, English learners, and other marginalized children and youth. As transmission rates…