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Educating Latino Students

Educating Latino Students Author Mar'a Lu'sa Gonzlez
ISBN-10 9780810843776
Release 2002
Pages 383
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Latino students are in a unique position in today's society; teachers and administrators are in an influential position in educating them. This work explains theory with actual examples, showing where and how education is successfully working for Latino students.



The Praeger Handbook of Latino Education in the U S

The Praeger Handbook of Latino Education in the U S Author Lourdes Diaz Soto
ISBN-10 0313338299
Release 2007
Pages 605
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Latinos in the United States have fought hard to attain equality, especially in the field of education. This set of books focuses on the fight for equal educational access. The contributors reveal that many Latino children still face decades-old challenges. In addition to such obstacles as cultural conflicts and racism, they also face teachers, curricula, and assessments that are not always respectful to their backgrounds.



Latino Dropouts in Rural America

Latino Dropouts in Rural America Author Carolyn Hondo
ISBN-10 0791473880
Release 2008-03-13
Pages 182
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Latino high school students in rural communities talk about dropping out of school.



Creating a College Culture for Latino Students

Creating a College Culture for Latino Students Author Concha Delgado Gaitan
ISBN-10 9781452257709
Release 2012-12-17
Pages 180
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Discover winning strategies from the nation's most outstanding college-readiness programs for Latino learners, including best practices for program design and mentoring that promote college preparation.



Five Practices for Improving the Success of Latino Students

Five Practices for Improving the Success of Latino Students Author Christina Theokas
ISBN-10 9781351773430
Release 2018-08-21
Pages 180
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Based on the work of real leaders and educators in high-performing, urban schools across the country, this book unpacks five key practices that are integral to improving achievement and postsecondary outcomes for Latino students. These inspiring stories affirm that excellence and equity are possible when educators come together around an important purpose and focus on the needs, strengths, and interests of all their students. Full of specific examples and guidance, each chapter also includes an assessment tool designed to help school leaders reflect upon their current practices, affirm school strengths that resemble the exemplary practices described in the chapters, and help educators pinpoint opportunities to strengthen practices in ways that can improve the postsecondary readiness of their students. This important book will help leaders create a positive school culture, coherent school design, and develop the practices and policies that support Latino students in their performance and help students realize their potential.



Educating Latino Boys

Educating Latino Boys Author David Campos
ISBN-10 9781452235028
Release 2012-12-04
Pages 250
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Through powerful vignettes, Campos helps teachers and administrators understand the unique assets that Latino boys bring into the school community and how to engage them as learners.



Evaluating Children s Writing

Evaluating Children s Writing Author Suzanne Bratcher
ISBN-10 UOM:39015034017908
Release 1994-01-01
Pages 185
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An inexpensive handbook often used as supplementary course reading.



Hispanic Serving Institutions in American Higher Education

Hispanic Serving Institutions in American Higher Education Author Jesse Perez Mendez
ISBN-10 9781620361467
Release 2015-09-21
Pages 230
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This is the first book to exclusively address Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), filling a major gap in both the research on these institutions and in our understanding of their approaches to learning and their role in supporting all students while focusing on Hispanic students. Born out of the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1992 and are classified as such if their enrollment of Latino students account for a quarter of their undergraduate enrollment, the number of HSIs and their impact in higher education is growing. Today there are approximately 370 HSIs, 277 emerging HSIs, and their numbers are steadily increasing. Given the projected growth of the Latino population, and HSIs’ record of advancing the success for Hispanic students in STEM fields, as well as of graduating nearly a third of all Hispanic bachelor’s degree recipients, their work has important implications for higher education at large. Written by leading and rising scholars on HSIs, this book offers insight into the complexity of these institutions. It not only addresses historic policy origins, but also describes the experiences of various student populations served, faculty issues (i.e., governance, diversity, work/life experience, etc.), the impact of student affairs in advancing student development, and considers funding and philanthropy efforts. The book also critically examines challenges that many of these institutions face – disjointed mission statements regarding support of their Latino/a student populations, governance structures that support the status quo, and the financial incentive to achieve HSI designation that may not correlate with enhancing the climate for Latinos. This book touches on the many facets of HSIs, painting an organic mosaic of institutions in position to advance Latino postsecondary progress, both chronicling the contemporary challenges that these institutions face while also looking to their future.



The Latino Education Crisis

The Latino Education Crisis Author Patricia C. Gandara
ISBN-10 067403127X
Release 2009
Pages 415
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Will the United States have an educational caste system in 2030? Drawing on both extensive demographic data and compelling case studies, this powerful book reveals the depths of the educational crisis looming for Latino students, the nationâe(tm)s largest and most rapidly growing minority group.Richly informative and accessibly written, The Latino Education Crisis describes the cumulative disadvantages faced by too many children in the complex American school systems, where one in five students is Latino. Many live in poor and dangerous neighborhoods, attend impoverished and underachieving schools, and are raised by parents who speak little English and are the least educated of any ethnic group.The effects for the families, the community, and the nation are sobering. Latino children are behind on academic measures by the time they enter kindergarten. And while immigrant drive propels some to success, most never catch up. Many drop out of high school and those who do go on to collegeâe"often ill prepared and overworkedâe"seldom finish.Revealing and disturbing, The Latino Education Crisis is a call to action and will be essential reading for everyone involved in planning the future of American schools.



Involving Latino Families in Schools

Involving Latino Families in Schools Author Concha Delgado Gaitan
ISBN-10 9781483360300
Release 2004-03-12
Pages 160
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The author provides practical strategies for cultivating communication with Latino parents and including the Latino family in developing sustained academic improvement.



Mentoring young men of color

Mentoring young men of color Author Horace R. Hall
ISBN-10 1578864291
Release 2006-07
Pages 127
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Mentoring Young Men of Color: Meeting the Needs of African American and Latino Students examines the subject of youth mentoring through a cultural lens. The work not only investigates the value of school-based mentoring in the lives of these youngsters, but also offers alternative and constructive ways in which our society can experience and embrace this social group. Positioning mentoring as a cultural practice, this book informs schools and communities of their ethical role and responsibility in fighting the public assault on America's youth by helping young males of color develop a deeper sense of self-awareness and the power they possess. Book jacket.



Latinx a os in Higher Education

Latinx a os in Higher Education Author Angela E. Batista
ISBN-10 194821301X
Release 2018
Pages
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"Explores topics relevant to the experience of Latinx/a/o students and professionals in higher education and illustrates key elements that should be considered in the development of varied pathways for success"--



Teaching English Language Learners

Teaching English Language Learners Author Michaela Colombo
ISBN-10 9781506320137
Release 2011-03-08
Pages 280
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Ideal as a supplementary text for a variety of courses and as a guide for in-service teachers and for professional development settings, Teaching English Language Learners: 43 Strategies for Successful K–8 Classrooms provides teachers of all content areas with a broad, practical approach to teaching English language learners in the regular classroom setting.



The Latino Student s Guide to College Success

The Latino Student s Guide to College Success Author Leonard A. Valverde
ISBN-10 0313311137
Release 2002
Pages 212
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Offers advice to Latino students considering or already in a university or community college, including tips on choosing a college, strategies for academic success, and success stories from notable Latinos.



Voices in the Hall

Voices in the Hall Author William E. Webster
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105017046249
Release 1994-01-01
Pages 81
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Voices in the Hall has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Voices in the Hall also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Voices in the Hall book for free.



Latino K 12 Schools

Latino K 12 Schools Author Leonard A. Valverde
ISBN-10 9781475806274
Release 2014-08-26
Pages 180
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This book is a comprehensive guide for educators and policy makers who are ready to create schools for Latinos (particularly Mexican Americans), such that students will be successful in learning and achieving in K-12 grades and college and help to advance society in the 21st century. The contents address how to redefine schools for a new century and goes well beyond school reform. It speaks to educators on adopting a positive mindset, one that sees Latinos with assets, not deficits and on expanding the school’s purpose to serve not just students but the local community. The author also emphasizes how to gain better understanding about Latino students and families, to lose stereotypic thinking, to engage families and local community resources in a more productive way, to gather information and help evaluate school/program effectiveness (and not just testing students on standardized test), and how schools can help themselves develop much needed financial and human resources.



First Generation College Students

First Generation College Students Author Lee Ward
ISBN-10 9781118233955
Release 2012-05-25
Pages 176
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Praise for First-Generation College Students "Who students are when they start college does not dictate how much they can benefit, provided they take advantage of the myriad learning opportunities institutions offer. This book is replete with informative insights into the invisible minority we call 'first-gen students' as well as the policies, programs, and practices institutions should use to help them succeed." —George D. Kuh, Chancellor's Professor of Higher Education Emeritus, Indiana University "Unnoticed and often poorly understood, first-generation college students now comprise nearly fifty percent of students on many college campuses. In this book Ward, Siegel, and Davenport offer great insights and practical suggestions on how higher education leaders can create a more welcoming, supportive, and inclusive experience for these students to succeed." —Jeffrey R. Docking, president, Adrian College "Critical to our survival in a global economy is the selection, development, retention and graduation of creative college students. First-Generation College Students is both timely and essential for those interested in understanding the next generation preparing for college and the ways in which institutions might anticipate, and therefore avoid, habits that invite failure instead of graduation. The authors' work experiences, coupled with their cited research base, situate them uniquely to contribute intentional survival strategies to the sometimes unanticipated realities of today's college students." —Zach Kelehear, associate dean for Academic Affairs and professor, College of Education, University of South Carolina "Long overdue, this book provides a comprehensive perspective of the unique issues facing first-generation students as they transition in and out of college. It is an important contribution to higher education during a time when faculty, staff, and administrators face heightened pressures to retain and graduate all students in a timely fashion." —Cynthia Wolf Johnson, associate provost, University of North Carolina at Charlotte