PI. Boston Global Forum. Research Grant on Higher Education in Vietnam, October 2015-October 2017. $250,000

PI. Donation for work on the UNESCO UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education. (private donors) $70,000; $200,000

UCLA Uncommon Conversations Grant, Division of Social Sciences and Department of Education (2012), Analysis of Social Movements and Education, $7,500

Sudikoff Fellow (2012-2013), Sudikoff Institute for Family and New Media, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, UCLA.

UCLA Institute for Labor and Employment. Grant for Teacher Professional Development Workshop (2010): “Teachers as Cultural Workers in the midst of the California Educational Crisis,” $5,000

Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. Grant to support the organization of the 2012 Bianual Paulo Freire International Forum (2010), $20,000

Department of Education, Fulbright Visiting Professor. Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 2008-December 2008.

Department of Education, Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Grant to train 14 Los Angeles Teachers in Argentina, July-August 2004. Title of the Project: educating the global citizen. $64,000

Pacific Rim Center, University of California. Research Project on Globalization and Education in the Pacific Rim countries. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/04-6/05. $22,000

Title VI, U.S. Department of Education, Latin American National Resource Center. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/03-6/06. $736,500

Title VI, U.S. Department of Education, Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships. Funding for support research and teaching in Latin American issues. Principal Investigator. Tenure 6/03-6/06. $ 740,000

University of California Center for the Study of Higher Education: The Political Economy of Higher Education in Latin America (with R. Rhoads).
Tenure 6/02-6/03. $12,000

Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIFSE), U.S. Department of Education. Project “Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education”, Academic and Exchange Program for graduate students in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, a six institutions consortium. Director Professor Carlos Alberto Torres, Latin American Center.
Tenure 6/02-6/05.  $190,166

Spencer Foundation. Teachers' Unions and the State: Value Conflicts and Collaborative Strategies in Educational Reform in Japan, Korea, Mexico, United States, Canada, and Argentina. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 7/00-7/01. $29,000

Hewlett, William & Flora Foundation. Democracy and Social Policies: Brazil, Argentina and Mexico. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/99-6/00. $200,000

Title VI, U.S. Department of Education, Latin American Latin American National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships. Principal Investigator.        
Tenure 6/98-6/00. $608,544

Title VI, U.S. Department of Education, Funding for support research and teaching in Latin American issues. Principal Investigator.       
Tenure 6/95-6/98. $252,577

Pacific Basin Research Center-SOKA University. Research Project on Teacher Unions and the State in Argentina, Mexico, Canada, United States, Korea and Japan: A Focus on Values. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/97-6/99. $157,000

Hewlett, William & Flora Foundation. Decentralization and Privatization in the New Latin American Democracies. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/98-6/99. $100,000

Ford Foundation. Culture and Globalization in North America:  21st Century Challenges. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/98-6/02. $94,500

Tinker Foundation. Institutional Research Grant. Principal Investigator
Tenure 6/97-6/00. $15,000    

Pacific Rim Center, University of California. Research Project on Teachers Union and the State in the Pacific Rim. Principal Investigator.
Tenure 6/97-6/98. $25,000

Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIFSE), U.S. Department of Education. Project “Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education”, Academic and Exchange Program for graduate students in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to study the implications of NAFTA. Directors Professor Carlos Alberto Torres, Latin American Center, and Professor José Ramon de la Torre, Center for International Business and Research (CIBER).
Tenure 6/95-6/98.  $150,000

North-South Center.  Project  “Teachers Unions and the State in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico: Conflict or Consensus?”     
Tenure 7/95-6/96. $13,500

California Council for the Humanities. Principal Investigator for the development of a script for a documentary film titled “The Transforming Spirit: The Pentecostal Movement in Hispanic Los Angeles.”      
Tenure 1996-1997. $12,000

Secretariat of Public Education, Mexico City, and Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales-UNAM, Mexico. “Teachers Unions and the State in Mexico.”         
Tenure 12/94-12/96.  $30,000

UCLA-Academic Senate Research Award. Project  “Teachers Unions and the State in Latin America: Conflict or Consensus?”         
Tenure 7/94-6/95. $2,000

UCLA-Academic Senate Research Award. Project "Structural Adjustment and Educational Policies in Latin America.”         
Tenure 7/93-6/94. $2,000

UCLA-Academic Development. Career Development Award.         
Tenure 1991-1992. $2,500

UCLA-International Studies and Overseas Programs (ISOP) Small Grants. Project "Paulo Freire's Pedagogy and Nonformal Education Policy Implementation in São Paulo.”
Tenure 9/91-6/92. $3,500

UCLA-Academic Senate Research Award. Project "Nonformal Education Policy Implementation in São Paulo, Brazil.”         
Tenure 11/90-6/91. $2,500

UCLA-Latin American Center Research Grant. Project "Literacy Training Campaign (MOVA-São Paulo): A Study of Policy Planning, Implementation and Learners' Outcomes.”
Tenure 7/90-6/91. $3,000

National Academy of Education Spencer Fellowship. Research on "Freire’s Pedagogy and Literacy Training in Brazil: A Policy Study of the Literacy Training Campaign (MOVA) in the City of São Paulo, Brazil."                                      
Tenure 6/90-6/92. $30,000

Central Research Fund-University of Alberta. Research project on MOVA-São Paulo Literacy Movement.                 
Tenure 9/89-3/90. $3,000

SAS-Faculty of Education Grant-University of Alberta. Research project on Critical Pedagogy.
Tenure 1/89-3/90. $3,000

FSIDA Grant-Vice-President for International Development.  University of Alberta. Collaborative research project in Argentina.    
Tenure 1989. $2,000

Central Research Fund-University of Alberta. Political Pedagogy.           
Tenure 9/87-9/88. $2,500

International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Grant. Ottawa, Canada. "Comparative Study of Adult Education in Tanzania, Mexico and The Province of Alberta, Canada." International Coordinator of the Research Project; Co-Director of the Research in Canada and Principal Investigator.                                 
Tenure 10/87-4/90. $225,000

Fulbright Grant-Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIED).  Teaching at World College West, Petaluma, California, September-December 1986.

National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT), Mexico.  Research grant on "The Profile and Scientific Productivity of Graduates from M.A. Programs in Social Science.” Director of the research project.
Tenure 9/84-12/85. $15,000

National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT), Mexico. Research Grant on "Adult Education and Urban Labor Markets in Mexico" (FLACSO-CONACyT PCEDCNA-021619). Director of the research project.
Tenure 5/85-5/87. $30,000

Latin American Studies, Stanford University Faculty/Students Field Research Summer Grants for research in Nicaragua, April 1983.

Center for Research in International Studies (CRIS), Stanford University, Summer research grant, Ph.D. dissertation, 1982.

Inter-American Foundation (IAF), Ph.D. Fellowship in Latin American Studies, academic year of 1982-83.

Organization of American States (OAS), PRA-Fellowship, 1980-1982, for Ph.D. studies at Stanford University.

Stanford University, Ph.D. Fellowship, 1980-1981.

National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT), Mexico. Ph.D. Fellowship for pursuing a M.A. and Ph.D. degree in International Development Education, Stanford University, 1980-1984.

The Latin American Faculty of Social Science (FLACSO). Graduate Fellowship for graduate studies in political science (M.A. Political Science), Mexico City, Mexico, 10/76-6/78.

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