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Sierk, Jessica – SoJo Journal: Educational Foundations and Social Justice Education, 2021
Neoliberalism tends to shift the goals of schooling from democratic to economic purposes. This article examines how school personnel and students in 2 majority-Latinx schools utilized neoliberalism when constructing diversity as a form of "property." Diversity was seen as preparation for postsecondary life and an experience that (White)…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Diversity, Multicultural Education, Hispanic American Students
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Almager, Irma – SoJo Journal: Educational Foundations and Social Justice Education, 2018
Through the lens of the researcher, this autoethnographic study gleaned insights into teachers' perceptions of their Mexican American students. In Texas, more than 50% of students enrolled in K--12 are Hispanic. While the population continues to grow, students continue to fall behind academically. Cultural misconceptions do impact student success.…
Descriptors: Social Bias, Teacher Attitudes, Mexican Americans, Hispanic American Students
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Coronella, Tamara – SoJo Journal: Educational Foundations and Social Justice Education, 2018
Academic advising practices urgently need refinement to better support the persistence and graduation of first-generation Latina engineering students who are often minoritized in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Academic advisors, often cited as individuals with the potential to support student persistence, operate…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, Hispanic American Students, Females, First Generation College Students
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Haan, Jennifer; Lozano, Roberto; López-Askin, Amanda; Melendez, Marlene – SoJo Journal: Educational Foundations and Social Justice Education, 2016
The central aim of this article is to explore the intersecting voices and experiences of 4 educational leadership doctoral students in a social justice program at a Hispanic serving institution in the Southwest. The 4 doctoral students engaged in conversations regarding their lived experiences and about the relationship between social justice and…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Doctoral Programs, Student Attitudes, Student Experience