Mothers united an immigrant struggle for socially just education /
"In urban American school systems, the children of recent immigrants and low-income parents of color disproportionately suffer from overcrowded classrooms, lack of access to educational resources, and underqualified teachers. The challenges posed by these problems demand creative solutions that...
|Published:||Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2011.|
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- Machine generated contents note : Acknowledgments
- Introduction : a fragile partnership
- 1. Separate journeys : the road to new small schools
- 2. Baudelia's leadership : claiming space for parents in school design
- 3. Contested community : negotiating admissions in the new small school
- 4. The good parent, the angry parent, and other controlling images
- 5. Ofelia's kitchen : a counterspace for resistance
- 6. En confianza : lessons for educators on working for change with immigrant parents
- Conclusion : participatory research and the politics of social change
- Appendix : questions for reflection by madres unidas