Enrique Valencia López collaborates with the CSCCE team as a GSR in projects related to compensation parity. Enrique is currently a Ph.D. student in the Policy, Politics, and Leadership cluster at the Graduate School of Education at UC Berkeley. Before coming to Berkeley, Enrique worked for Mexico’s National Institute for Educational Evaluation and Assessment (INEE) in both the Policy and Indicators areas. He has also worked for UNDP China and UNESCO. Enrique’s interests focus on culturally pertinent education, educational trajectories, and initial and continuous teacher training. He holds a B.A. from College of the Atlantic and Master’s in Social Policy from KU Leuven in Belgium.
Publications by Enrique Valencia Lopez
Early Educator Voices: Oregon: Work Environment Conditions that Impact Early Educator Practice and Program Quality
February 15, 2023 • Report • By Marisa Schlieber, Jenna Knight, Tobi Adejumo, Abby Copeman Petig, Enrique Valencia Lopez and Elizabeth Pufall Jones
This report is part of our Educator Voices (SEQUAL) series (formerly known as our Teachers’ Voices (SEQUAL) series). This SEQUAL report examines work environment conditions that impact educator practice…
Marin County Center-Based Early Care & Education Workforce Study 2019
September 29, 2020 • Report • By Marisa Schlieber, Lea J.E. Austin and Enrique Valencia Lopez
This report examines the demographic, educational, and employment characteristics (including compensation and benefits) of staff employed in center-based ECE programs throughout Marin County. The findings bring attention to…