3 edition of Mexicano/Chicano concerns and school desegregation in Los Angeles found in the catalog.
Mexicano/Chicano concerns and school desegregation in Los Angeles
Carlos Manuel Haro
by Chicano Studies Center Publications, University of California in Los Angeles
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 91-92.
|Statement||Carlos Manuel Haro.|
|Series||Monograph - Chicano Studies Center Publications, University of California ;, no. 9|
|LC Classifications||LC2687.C2 H37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||79622162|
On J , the California State Supreme Court affirmed a lower court decision that the Los Angeles City Unified School District was segregated and school desegregation was ordered. Review of: Mexicano/Chicano concerns and school desegregation in Los Angeles (). Ovando, C.J. Political issues in bilingual/bicultural education. Political issues in education (). Ovando, C.J. Minority student motivation and teacher education. Thresholds in Education (). Ovando, C.J. School implications of the peaceful Latino invasion.
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The history of school desegregation legislation in the United States is not often associated with the Mexican Community in Southern California and is usually thought to have begun with the landmark Supreme Court case of Brown vs. the Topeka schoolboard. 1 It has recently come to light that the earliest court cases concerning school desegregation occurred in the Southwest and California in the s.
2 In these cases Mexican .see Professor John Caughey, To Kill A Child’s Spirit and Haro, Mexicano/Chicano Concerns and School Desegregation in Los Angeles.
The former was written in and was one of the first arguments for the desegregation of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Haro is the first exploration of the needs and views of by: 2.Discover librarian-selected research resources on School Desegregation from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more. a black slum in Los Angeles, erupted in violence, leaving 34 dead.
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