Latino K-12 Schools

Latino K-12 Schools

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.


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Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
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Pages 180 pages
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