Pallais obtained the highest grade in the first international cohort taking the Reading Specialization Diploma at the University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain 2015-2016

Ms. Pallais obtained a Masters in Program Evaluation from the University of Texas at Austin, on August 2004. Her superior academic performance earned her a membership in the Phi Betta Phi Academic Honor Society, UT-Austin chapter.

In 1996, she won a scholarship to pursue graduate work, from the Institute of Iberoamerican Cooperation (ICI), and the Spanish Agency for International Development, in collaboration with the Foreign Ministry of Spain.

In December, 1997, she obtained a Masters in Educational Technology from the University of Salamanca, Spain. She received honor standing for her thesis titled: “Using the Computer for the Cognitive Enrichment of Children”.

Pallais earned a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University, in Medford Massachusetts. Subsequently, she obtained a second undergraduate degree from Central American University (Universidad Centroamericana UCA), in Managua, Nicaragua, in December of 1988.

As part of a London-based college-preparatory program, Ms Pallais obtained “Advanced Level” certificates in Biology, Chemistry, Sociology, and Literature. In 1977, Davies, Laing Dick College gave her a special recognition for her work in Practical Chemistry.