Garcia's educational model is such that wings are valued only upon gaining roots, that is, building upon one's Hispanic experience and language. Citing the more assimilationist theories of Richard Rodriguez and Linda Chavez as simplistic, Garcia aims to add a little complexity to a theory of Hispanic education in the US, to favor unity along with diversity, not at diversity's expense.1998. Improving opportunities: Strategies from the secretary of education for Hispanic and limited English proficient students. Washington, D.C.: U. S. Department of Education. Hiss, W. 1990. Optional SATs: Six years later. ... In National Education Association, eds., Americans all: Studies in intercultural education (45-5 1 ).
|Title||:||Hispanic Education in the United States|
|Author||:||Eugene E. García|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2001-01-01|