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Jasmin Esparza teaches 9-12th grade English through ESOL at Robert E. Lee High School, a school serving over 2000 students primarily from low-income backgrounds in Jacksonville, Florida. In this position she has served as the ESOL Department Lead, Curriculum and Design Team Member and Representative at Large for School Decision Making Committee (SDMC). As the ESOL Department Lead, she is responsible for building a collaborative team that develops action plans to better assist the most struggling ESOL students, and as a Curriculum and Design Team Member she co-wrote the English curriculum for grades 9 and 10. She aspires to become a successful school leader within public education and in the community that fosters a positive school culture, maximizes student potential and gains supporters towards closing the achievement gap in Jacksonville.