Raza studies : the public option for educational revolution
- Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 
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- xxi, 202 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
LC2688 .T68 R39 2014
- Unknown LC2688 .T68 R39 2014
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introducing Paulo Freire in Raza studies / Julio Cammarota and Augustine F. Romero
- Critically compassionate intellectualism / Augustine F. Romero
- Lies, damn lies, and statistics / Nolan L. Cabrera
- The battle for educational sovereignty / Augustine F. Romero
- Self-inflicted reductio ad absurdum / Mary Carol Combs
- When you know yourself you're more confident / Andrea J. Romero and Anna Ochoa O'Leary
- The social justice education project / Julio Cammarota
- Encuentro with families and students / Julio Cammarota and Augustine F. Romero
- Researching the institute for transformative education / Lara dos Passos Coggin
- Deconstructing the doublethink / Jeff Duncan-Andrade
- Expanding on Freire / Chiara Cannella.
- "The well-known and controversial Mexican American studies (MAS) program in Arizona's Tucson Unified School District set out to create an equitable and excellent educational experience for Latino students. This book offers the first comprehensive account of this progressive program by those who created it, implemented it, and have struggled to protect it"-- Provided by publisher.
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- edited by Julio Cammarota and Augustine Romero ; foreword by David Stovall.