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ERIC Number: ED085128
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 374
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Ghosts in the Barrio. Issues in Bilingual-Bicultural Education.
Pablano, Ralph (Rafa)
The book is a collection of essays on issues in bilingual-bicultural education by Chicano educators. Some of the essays are based on personal experience while others are the result of intense research. Full documentation is given for research. The essays are critical yet analytical. They do not present a single point of view but rather give an educational-political spectrum ranging from left to right. The readings are aimed at individuals (Chicano and non-Chicano) who come in contact with the Chicano students or who are interested in Chicano language, culture, goals, and aspirations. They are divided into 9 sections: (1) Four Critical Observations of the Anglo Establishment by Chicano Educators; (2) Attributes and Qualities of Being a Chicano: Stereotypes and Definitions; (3) Employment Data: Training Considerations for Public Education and the Chicano; (4) Chicanos and the Political Process; (5) Some Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks from Which to View Problems in Education; (6) Subject Matter and Instructional Concerns; (7) An Approach to Learning: Bilingual and Bicultural Education; (8) Some Views on Training and Retraining of Teachers and Administrators; and (9) Instructional Styles for the Classroom and the Barrio from the Perspective of La Raza. (NQ)
Leswing Press, A Division of Leswing Communications, Inc., 750 Adrian Way, San Rafael, CA 94903 ($5.95)
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