The politics of Latino education
Source:Teachers College Press, New York, p.230 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LC2669 .P65 2011
Keywords:Education and state--United States, Hispanic Americans--Education--Political aspects
Contents: Limited English proficient youth and accountability: all children (who are tested) count / Angela Valenzuela and Brendan Maxcy -- Texas accountability tests: standardizing civic disengagement for Latinos? / Kathleen Staudt -- Florida's program to end social promotion / Jay P. Greene and Marcus A. Winters -- Problem or solution?: charter schools and Latino students in traditional Texas public schools / Robert D. Wrinkle ... [et al.] -- The Latino student-teacher gap in immigrant gateways: constraints and policy solutions / Paru Shah and Melissa Marschall -- The Anglo politics of Latino education: the role of immigration scripts / Edmund T. Hamann -- How electoral structure affects Latino school board representation: comparing 1986 and 2001 / Kenneth J. Meier ... [et al.] -- Black empowerment and the representation of Latinos on local school boards / Rene R. Rocha -- Anglo voting on bilingual education: the partisan nature of the impact of proximity to the border of Mexico / Regina Branton ... [et al.] -- The politics of bilingual education expenditures in urban school districts / David l. Leal and Frederick M. Hess -- Extending beyond dropouts: college preparation in Texas high schools / Carl Doerfler -- Latinos in higher education: why the politics matter / Alisa Hicklin -- The future politics of Latino education / Kenneth J. Meier.