Angel Ramos

Superintendent of Sequoia School for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing

Angel Ramos earned his B.S. in Mathematics from Manhattan College (1971), his M.S. in Education of the Deaf from State University of New York (1975), his M.A. in Educational Administration from CSUN (1980), and his Ph.D. in Special Education Administration from Gallaudet University in 1997, becoming its first Deaf Hispanic-American to receive a doctorate. His distinguished career as a Fulbright Scholar, teacher, administrator, and advocate includes stints as director of Gallaudet’s Regional Center at Eastfield College, director of the Hispanic Teacher Program at Lamar University, and Superintendent of the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind. As Superintendent of the Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, he heads a new ASL-affirmative charter school in Arizona. He is also President and Executive Director of the Angel Ramos Foundation, which provides free multilingual, interactive, online instructional materials (“OptisSchool”) to young deaf children.

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