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by Eugene E. Garcia

ePub Hispanic Education in the United States: Ra'ces y Alas (Critical Issues in Contemporary American Education Series) download
Author:
Eugene E. Garcia
ISBN13:
978-0742510760
ISBN:
074251076X
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Publisher:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (July 17, 2001)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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Garcia, Eugene E. The book includes stories from the author's life and from the experiences of other teachers and students.

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Hispanic Education in the United States: Raices y Alas

Hispanic Education in the United States: Raices y Alas. Puerto Ricans are a unique Hispanic subgroup, though their experience in the public schools of New York City mirrors the experiences of other Hispanic groups around the country. In 1972, Puerto Ricans in New York sought to obtain equal educational opportunity for children with limited English proficiency (LEP) by suing the New York City Board of Education.

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Higher education in the United States is an optional stage of formal learning following secondary education

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Among the many recent books on educational reform, Eugene E. Garcia's Hispanic Education in the United States stands out as a landmark work. Garcia vibrantly portrays what works in creating better educational opportunities and effective school reform. He also offers a telling reflection on the bicultural experience of minority groups in the U.S. Culture is an asset in any individual's educational attainment. Garcia shows how and why our educational reforms therefore must seek to build upon rather than downplay the native culture and language of minority students. Poignant stories from the author's life--and from many other teachers and students--make this a vital book for the university classroom, and for any reader interested in the rapidly changing dynamics of America's schools.
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