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Díaz de Sabatés, Gabriela; Taylor, Kay Ann – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
The focus of this article is the result of an unexpected finding in a life narrative qualitative study. The research was conducted in a predominately White, research-extensive Midwestern state university and it explored how gender, ethnicity, and college experiences affected five undergraduate Latina students' perceptions of their academic…
Descriptors: Fathers, Daughters, Parent Role, Social Support Groups
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Pratt, Kristen L.; Puzio, Kelly; Lee, Ying-Hsuan – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
Latinx students engage with informational and narrative texts that ennoble the White middle class and neglect the rich experiences and resources found within Latinx communities. A critical content analysis of 16 Pura Belpré picture books revealed characters strongly rooted in notions of interdependent family and community relationships,…
Descriptors: Cultural Capital, Multicultural Education, Hispanic American Students, Critical Theory
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Guzmán, Bianca L.; Kouyoumdjian, Claudia; Medrano, Jasmine A.; Bernal, Ireri – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
We examined the accounts of Latino immigrant parent's perceptions of the contributions they made to their children's educational persistence. A community cultural wealth model was used and our results indicated that aspirational capital was the most common form of capital reported, while parents frequently demonstrated linguistic capital for…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Parents, Parent Attitudes, Children
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Jasis, Pablo – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
This study explores the process of participation of Latino immigrant parents in the schooling of their children, as it takes place in various schools and communities in the Southwest. It examines the practices and motivations that support the parents' participation and their advocacy to improve their children's school experience. It chronicles the…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Parents as Teachers, Immigrants, Hispanic American Students
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Conlisk Gallegos, Liliana – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
The "Rainbow Journalism" (RJ) course was a way to proactively channel the devastating effects 45 had on the CSUSB community. This article focuses on the decolonial tactics of RJ, which are simultaneously founded in the "transfronteriza" experiences of the author and Xicanx, Africana, Feminist, Queer resistance approaches. Both…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Journalism Education, Feminism, LGBTQ People
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Cervantes, Alejandro; Flores Carmona, Judith; Torres Fernández, Ivelisse – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
A doctoral student in counseling psychology, sociology of education scholar, and a counselor and school psychologist extend the work of the canonical theoretical framework and "testimonios" in "Telling to Live: Latina Feminist Testimonios." Informed by liberation psychology scholarship, the authors envision a culturally…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, Interdisciplinary Approach, Counselor Teacher Cooperation, Cultural Relevance
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Cuba, Melissa J.; Massaro, Virginia R.; Waters, Carolyn; Watson, Susan; Cody, Anna M.; Stemhagen, Kurt – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2021
Latinos labeled "English learners" by the school system face social and systemic barriers that limit their access to postsecondary opportunities. Using a multilevel model of intersectionality, this collaborative case study contextualizes influences that impacted the educational trajectories of two Latino students who came to the United…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, English Language Learners, Barriers, Access to Education
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Ayala, María Isabel – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
This research addresses how Latinas(os) frame their own college attainment by relying on the color-blind ideology, an underexplored area. Using interviews with Latina(o) students who attend a primarily White institution in the Midwest, I examined how they reproduce color-blind racism through their reliance on frames such as abstract liberalism,…
Descriptors: College Students, Hispanic American Students, Student Attitudes, Educational Attainment
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Myers, Phillipa; Riveros, Gus; Duggal, Abhilasha – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
Peoples of Latin American origin are one of the fastest growing communities in Canada, yet little is known about their experiences in Canadian schools. This exploratory case study examines the articulations of agency by mothers of Colombian origin as they transition their children into Southwestern Ontario urban schools. Focus group and follow-up…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Latin Americans, Case Studies, Mothers
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Solomon, Coralis; Lambie, Glenn – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
The purpose of this exploratory phenomenology investigation was to understand Hispanic teachers' (N = 19) experiences relating to occupational stressors while working in Title I elementary schools. Five themes emerged from the data analyses: emotional stressors, general stressors, cultural stressors, coping skills, and teachers' recommendations to…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Hispanic Americans, Stress Variables, Teaching Conditions
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Deeb-Sossa, Natalia; Manzo, Rosa – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
We examine how the community-driven leadership (CDL) of farmworker mothers challenged deficit practices of the local school board, which decided to close the school in the community. CDL is the ability of mothers to activate their community cultural wealth to mobilize their resources in search of better educational opportunities. The mothers…
Descriptors: Mexican Americans, Agricultural Laborers, Mother Attitudes, Leadership
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Marrun, Norma Angelica – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
In the past decade, we have seen a significant growth in Latina/o college enrollment. Rarely is Latino families' engagement in their children's educational aspirations acknowledged for this increase in the rate of Latinas/os attending college. I examined how first-generation Latina/o students reflected on and retold stories of how their families…
Descriptors: Hispanic American Students, College Attendance, First Generation College Students, Academic Persistence
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Rodriguez, Sophia; Monreal, Timothy; Howard, Joy – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
In this article the co-authors draw from three separate ethnographic studies in the U.S. South to expand the literature about how teachers understand and apply multiculturalism specifically when working with newcomer undocumented immigrant youth. The co-authors identify an implementation gap between what is known about critical multicultural…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Undocumented Immigrants, Cultural Pluralism, Teacher Student Relationship
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Castillo-Montoya, Milagros; Verduzco Reyes, Daisy – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
College culture centers are safe havens for underrepresented students, yet we know little about them. Through a survey with open- and closed-ended questions, this exploratory study examined the experiences and learning of 9 out of 11 college students who completed an academic course offered through a Latino Cultural Center (LCC). Through analysis…
Descriptors: Cultural Centers, Hispanic American Students, College Students, Racial Identification
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Coleman, Allarie – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2020
The goal of this self-study is to share the process of a first-year, White, middle-class, female teacher adopting a pedagogy and writing curriculum that speaks to the lived realities of her Mexican American students. This paper argues how "testimonio" as curriculum and pedagogy advises critical pedagogy and calls to challenge the present…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Whites, Middle Class, Females
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