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Liduvina Santiago-Rodriguez, Puerto Rican language educator. Certified teacher, Puerto Rico. Recipient Bronze medal/certified Technological Institute Puerto Rico, San Juan Campus, 1990.


Santiago-Rodriguez, Liduvina was born on December 2, 1937 in Maunabo, Puerto Rico. Son of Pedro Santiago and Julia Rodriguez.


Associate of Arts, University Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, 1958. Bachelor, University Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, 1962. Master of Arts, University Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, 1971.


Teacher, Rural Elementary School, Maunabo, P.R., 1959-1960; teacher, José S. Navarro Junior High School, Urban Junior High School, Maunabo, 1960-1961; teacher, Urban Junior High School, Trujillo Alto, P.R., 1962-1963; teacher, Republica de Colombia Senior High School, Rio Piedras, P.R., 1963-1970; professor, Inter-American U., San Juan, P.R., 1972-1976; professor, Colegio Metropolitan U., Rio Piedras, 1981; professor, Technology Institute P.R., San Juan, 1971-1989; retired, Technology Institute P.R., San Juan, 1989; part-time professor business report writing, Sagrado Corazon U., Santurce, P.R., 1990-1991. Teacher Adult Education Program, Rio Piedras, 1964-1965. Coordinator Spanish program, Rio Piedras, 1963-1970.

Cooperative teacher student teacher practice program U. P.R., 1963-1970.


  • Certified teacher, Puerto Rico.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Spanish Technical Curriculum. 1978. Editor Department of Education, San Juan, 1987-1988.


The state should not attempt to control the church, nor should the church seek to dominate the state. The separation of church and state should not be misconstrued as the abolition of all religious expression from public life.


The strong feature of Methodism is the role of local people take for the fabric of church buildings and manses and for the handling of money. They share with ordained ministers the role of setting direction for the churches in a particular area or 'circuit'.


Secretary steering committee faculty, Rio Piedras, 1979-1988. Lecturer Educational Institutions, Puerto Rico, since 1980. Co-writer Technology Program Regulations, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, 1985-1986.

Educational promoter Parent-Teachers Association, Carolina, Puerto Rico, 1987-1988. Member Association Maestros de Puerto Rico, National Education Association, American Technology Education Association, Faculty Club, Readers Club (founder).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading literature, writing poetry, traveling.


Married Dario Roa-Roa, December 21, 1974. Stepchild, Kathya Sharine Roa.

Pedro Santiago

Julia Rodriguez

Dario Roa-Roa