Dr. Esthela Rodriguez-Allison, has over twenty five years of experience in education. Prior to coming to Manor ISD, Dr. Allison served as the Superintendent of Schools for Pearsall ISD.
She has served school districts in Texas, in the following capacities: Bilingual And Regular Classroom Teacher, Federal Programs Director, Teaching Facilitator, Academic Programs Supervisor, Curriculum Director, Assistant Superintendent Of Personnel And Instruction And Superintendent Of Schools.
Dr. Allison has worked in school districts ranging from small, rural districts, to medium size and urban school districts. She has also worked as Graduate Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Allison also served the University of Texas at Austin’s Charles A. Dana Center, as their district services director. Additional experiences included working for Partners in School Innovation from San Francisco, CA as the district partnership director for the San Jose Unified School District, in San Jose ,CA.
In addition, Dr. Allison, worked as a Knowledge, Learning and Results Manager for the Stupski Foundation, where she conducted Organizational Assessments for urban school districts in California, Connecticut, Cheyenne, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon and Tennessee. The organizational assessments examined school districts in the areas of: Leadership, Strategic Planning, Curriculum and Teaching, Stakeholder Engagement, Stellar People, Processes and Accountability.
Dr. Allison holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Texas at Austin, in Educational Administration, and Policy and Planning.
Please find Manor ISD's Interim Superintendent's contract posted below in compliance with Title 19 of the Texas Administrative Code.