Delgado was born in El Paso, Texas and raised and schooled in México. After finishing preparatoria [high school] in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, she entered the University of Texas at El Paso. She later obtained her Master of Arts in Education from New Mexico State University, and received her doctorate in multicultural special education from the University of Texas at Austin.
In addition to teaching and supervising student teachers and interns in general, bilingual, and special education settings, Delgado has worked at the Texas School for the Blind and Texas School for the Deaf. She also served as a parent and community educator, and taught English as a second language classes.
In August of 2005, Delgado joined the Education department's faculty at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Her research interests include the education of culturally and linguistically diverse populations with /without disabilities and collaboration among school professionals, and the involvement of Latino parents in their children's education.
Delgado, R., Huerta, M.E., & Campos, D. (February 2012). Enhancing relationships with parents of English language learners. Principal Leadership, 12(6), 30-34.
Campos, D., Delgado, R., & Huerta, M.E. (2011). Reaching out to Latino Families of English language learners. Association for Supervisions & Curriculum Development.
Delgado, R. (October 2010). "A teacher's journey in working with English language learners with/without disabilities." Journal of Latinos in Education, 9(4).
Delgado, R. (April 2010). "Poco a poquito se van apagando: Teachers' experiences in educating English language learners with disabilities." Journal of Latinos in Education, 9(2).
Delgado, R., & Norman, P. (2008). "Globalization in the face of standardization: Implications for Teacher Education." Teacher Education and Practice, 21(4).
Delgado, R. (2008). "The instructional dynamics of a bilingual teacher: One teacher's beliefs about English language learners." Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 7(1), 43-53.
Principles & Practices of English as a Second Language
Teaching Diverse Learners
Teaching in the Bilingual Classroom
Advanced Clinical Practice
Community service & Involvement
Texas Latino Education Advancement Program
Texas Diversity Council's Young Women's Leadership Symposium
Harlandale ISD's Wright Elementary's Career Day
Alief ISD's Holmquist Elementary's Students' Future Vision Edgewood ISD's Memorial HS Mission Statement Development
Edgewood ISD's Gardendale Elementary's Career Day
Judson ISD's Eloff Elementary Parent Conference
San Antonio ISD's Hawthorne Academy's College Day
North East ISD's Ridgeview Elementary's College Night