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The US Is the Fifth-Largest Spanish-Speaking Country. Where Are Our Bilingual Teachers?

ED Surge

In the paper , Gauna and her fellow researchers identified major life experiences that bilingual Latino teachers said made their paths to becoming educators all the more difficult. Gauna is an associate professor of bilingual/ESL and multicultural education at the University of Houston-Clear Lake’s College of Education. “A

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How can being bilingual be an asset for white students and a deficit for immigrants?

The Hechinger Report

David Nieto, executive director of the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder’s School of Education. Before the English-only instruction bill’s passage in 2002, the most common way schools served students learning English was through a program called transitional bilingual education.

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When black history isn’t relegated to a single month

The Hechinger Report

Many multicultural education advocates have promoted curricula that expand the perspectives in American history. The pushback to the ethnic studies and multicultural education movements is about protecting white history.

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When black history isn’t relegated to a single month

The Hechinger Report

Many multicultural education advocates have promoted curricula that expand the perspectives in American history. The pushback to the ethnic studies and multicultural education movements is about protecting white history.

History 45