Project SUCCESS in Language and Literacy Instruction is a Title III National Professional Development Program funded by the US Department of Education. This $2.7 million grant project is enhancing instruction for English language learners in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District and giving UNT students opportunities to work with teachers in grades PreK-2 from Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD to help plan and implement activities that will guide Latino parents on how to help their children with literacy and biliteracy development. The purpose of the project is to improve instruction for English Learners.


  • Rossana Boyd
    Principal Lecturer and Director of Bilingual/ESL Education Programs
  • Anita Deschner
    Program Project Specialist
  • Ricardo González-Carriedo
    Associate Professor
  • Esperanza Hilts
    Educational Coordinator
  • Darrell M. Hull
    Associate Professor
  • Armando Oliva
    Educational Coordinator, Family & Community Liaison