ERIC Number: ED111540
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: N/A
Perspectives on Chicano Education.
Gonzales, Tobias, Ed.; Gonzales, Sandra, Ed.
Written by Stanford University students, the 9 articles in this publication reflect student ideas on Chicano education. Their aim is to stimulate new ideas and discussion on Raza Education. The majority of the articles were written by students in the Department of Education and by students working toward a Ph.D. degree. Divided into 3 parts, the articles discuss educational reform, current approaches to school governance, and educational review. Articles in Part I are: (1) "An In-Service Rationale for Educators Working With Mexican American Students,", (2) "No One Single Solution", and (3) "A Cross-National Analysis of Chinese and American Educational Reforms: Applicability and Inapplicability to the Education of the Chicano in the United States". Part II consists of 2 articles: (1) "An Economic Analysis of Bilingual Bicultural Education Legislation at the Federal Level", and (2) "Cultural Pluralism, School Governance, and the Chicano Community". The 4 articles in Part III are: (1) "A Study of the Nature of Chicano Studies Derived From Twelve Proposals for Chicano Studies", (2) "Early Bilingualism and Cognition: A Survey of the Literature", (3) "Problem Solving: A Review", and (4) "Toward the Development of Raza Cinema". (NQ)
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Change, Educational Legislation, Ethnic Studies, Federal Legislation, Films, Governance, Inservice Teacher Education, Literature Reviews, Mexican American Education, Mexican Americans, Problem Solving, Student Attitudes, Student Publications
Office of Chicano Affairs, Stanford University, Building 1, Room 1B, Stanford, California 94305 ($2.00)
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Chicano Fellows, Stanford, CA.