The Latinization of U.S. schools : successful teaching and learning in shifting cultural contexts / Jason G. Irizarry with Project FUERTE.
By: Irizarry, Jason G.Material type: TextSeries: Series in critical narratives: Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Paradigm Publishers, c2011Description: xiii, 235 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781594519581 (alk. paper); 1594519587 (alk. paper); 9781594519598 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1594519595 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Hispanic Americans -- Education | Hispanic Americans -- Education -- Social aspects | Hispanic American students -- Social conditions | Multiculturalism -- Study and teaching -- United StatesDDC classification: 371.829/68073
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Teaching and learning in shifting cultural contexts: Paʹ que lo sepas --
pt. I. Con un dedo no se tapa el sol: An overview of Latino education -- 1. The Latinization of U.S. schools: challenges and opportunities / with Susana Ulloa -- pt. II. Ojos que no ven, corazon que no siente: Latino student identities -- 2. Don't believe the hype: challenging deficit perspectives from the inside / with Carmen Ortiz -- 3. How can you teach us if you don't really know us? Rethinking resistance in the classroom / with Jasmine Medina -- 4. Who counts as Latino/a? Perspectives from a multiracial / multiethnic Latina / Tamara Rodriguez -- pt. III. Quien siembra vientos, recoge tempestades: Policies and practices affecting Latino education -- 5. The "language police": teachers' responses to diverse language practices / with Kristina Nieves -- 6. Making dreams reality for undocumented Latino students / with Alberto Juarez -- 7. My home language is not "a problem" / with Natasha Martinez -- 8. Why aren't more Latinos in college prep courses? A critique of tracking and academic apartheid / with Taína Vargas -- 9. The color of justice: rethinking school discipline and exclusion / with Ramiro Montañez -- pt. IV. No hay bien que de mal no venga: The transformative potential of YPAR -- 10. From the "exception" to the "norm": research and personal reflections on Youth Participatory Action Research / with Anthony Acosta -- 11. Border crossing: perspectives from a White teacher and teacher educator / Aja LaDuke -- Epilogue: YPAR as a shared journey and destination.