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The story of Alejandro Juarez, J. a Mexican American youth, and his family's experiences in the parochial and public schools of Chicago (Illinois) portrays the problems that bilingual and bicultural children and their parents face
The story of Alejandro Juarez, J. a Mexican American youth, and his family's experiences in the parochial and public schools of Chicago (Illinois) portrays the problems that bilingual and bicultural children and their parents face. The story begins when Alejandro is a shy and sweet fifth grader struggling with English and reading.
Chris L Carger, Chris Liska Carger.
Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Eviction and the Reproduction of Urban Poverty.
and Dreams: A Mexican-American Experience of Urban Education by Chris Liska Carger.
by Chris Laska Carger. Cover type: Paperback. Author bio. Table of contents. Plus easy-to-understand solutions written by experts for thousands of other textbooks.
Carger, Chris L. (1996). Foley, Dlouglas (1991). Reconsidering anthropological explanations of ethnic school failure. New York: Teachers College Press. Corsaro, William . and Eder, Donna (1990). Anthropology and Education Quarterly 22(3): 60–94. Gandara, Patricia (1995). Over the Ivy Walls: The Educational Mobility of Low Income Chicanos.
Of Borders and Dreams: A Mexican-American Experience of Urban Education is the story of Alejandro Juarez, Jr., a Mexican-American youth, his family, and their experiences in a bureaucratic and frustrating public school system. Located in Chicago’s west-side neighborhood, replete with crime, violence, and gangs, we first come to know Alejandro as a shy, good-natured fifth grader, the oldest child in a close-knit Mexican family. We follow Chris Carger, the author and Alejandro’s ESL teacher, as she sets forth with his mother on a journey to provide him with the education he needs and deserves.
Of Borders and Dreams is an intelligent, probing portrayal of the problems that face bilingual and bicultural children. Through Alejandro’s story, we are moved and enraged by the failure of the American school system to offer better opportunities for all children regardless of race, sex, or class. This book is of enormous importance to teachers and educators on all levels, and anyone interested in the future of education in America.
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