Carlos Cabana Mathematics Teacher/Team 1 Specialist
Mathematics Teacher/Team 1 Specialist
Carlos has taught mathematics to middle and high school students for 24 years, 20 of which were spent at San Lorenzo High School. During his time at San Lorenzo, Carlos helped to develop a program centered on effective group work for students in grades 8–12. His next challenge involves working on the addition of middle grades to Life Academy, a small public high school located in Oakland, Calif.
Over the course of his career, Carlos has served as department chair, a long-time cooperating teacher for Mills College and Stanford University, and a lecturer for the Stanford School of Education. It is noteworthy to mention that Carlos contributed to the development of College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM), as both an author and an editor. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics, and his mathematics teaching credential, from the University of California, Berkeley.
Originally born in Argentina, Carlos currently resides in Oakland, Calif.