mexican american studies

The permanent injunction follows a two-week bench trial that found Republican-backed ethnic studies restrictions unconstitutional.
The state of Arizona has pushed to delay its day in court.
It's "deeply flawed," but that hasn't stopped the Texas State Board of Education before.
In putting together a new framework for the state's history and social sciences curriculum, the Instructional Quality Commission of California's Department of Education has received nearly 500 pages of comments and suggestions on how to best write textbooks for K-12 students.
A religious zealot shows a sudden business interest in multicultural education.
My own immigration journey has a happy ending. For the rest of us, however, we spend so much time disproving the image that doesn't represent us -- that of the Central American woman or child -- that we are left with no time to tell our own story.
Words matter, and they can lift us up, or lead us down the rabbit hole to hell. Trump's comments about "the other" speak to how low we can go when we act from our most fearful and angry selves.
I'm running for Aldine School Board because I'm an activist, and I will stand up when the system is wrong, but life would be better if we can inspire the system to stay on course. We must not accept a system that takes the joy out of learning and teaching.
Gov. Brown has yet to say whether he'll sign the bill creating a model ethnic studies curriculum that districts could use.
We are two first-generation undocumented immigrants from Mexico. We are the first members in our families to graduate from high school and attend college. Recently, you made statements referring to Mexican immigrants as criminals, rapists and drug dealers. We beg to differ.
Martinez applauded Tuesday's decision, which he said showed the courts' power to defend the interests of Hispanics in a state
“The issue is that there was no consultation,” Arias said. “In this case, there was an outright abuse of power.” A public
“Professors are spending countless hours developing the curriculum to offer our schools, for free,” said Ruben Cortez, a
The Fox News segment based its portrayal of Bebout’s class on comments from an ASU student named Lauren Clark, who opposed