mexican american studies arizona

In January, the outgoing state head of education, John Huppenthal, said the curriculum violated a 2010 ethnic studies law
But under pressure from state officials, the school board dismantled the program in January 2012. The hip host artist offered
SAN FRANCISCO -- Dozens of ethnic studies supporters on Monday packed a courtroom at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
“I think that what was going on in those classrooms was just offensive,” John Huppenthal, the former head of the Arizona
I stand by it in the proper context. The Hispanics that have been enormously successful here in Arizona -- when you listen
Former students of the classes are challenging the law in court. A federal judge largely upheld the law last year, but the
Horne -- whose reelection campaign for attorney general was plagued by a campaign finance investigation, rumors of an extra
Will the GOP stand on the sidelines as Falcon9 and other Arizona Republicans waste millions more in taxpayer money and gut the educational system, all the while offending, alienating and oppressing the largest growing segment of voters in the nation?
But though people of color make up the solid majority of California's schools, ethnic studies proponents say their history
Huppenthal took over as head of Arizona's Education Department in 2011, after Horne went on to become elected as the state’s
Despite the wide use of Latino literature in Tucson classrooms prior to the suspension of Mexican American Studies, the school
Get ready for the Arizona Department of Education's War on TUSD, Part 2. It's almost inevitable. Almost. Only Superintendent
Meanwhile, administrators at Tucson Unified School District have struggled to implement a replacement for the Mexican American
The Mexican-American studies were born out of a federal desegregation case regarding equal education to all students. In
The Arizona school system known for banning a Mexican American Studies curriculum has a new candidate for superintendent
A court upheld an Arizona state law that blocks Tucson's Mexican-American Studies curriculum. What does this setback mean for the state's civil rights movement? Roque Planas, Tony Diaz and Richard Martinez join Alicia to discuss.
I took Jewish studies courses when I was at UCLA. There are only two reasons to take a Jewish studies course. The first is
One year to the date that the Librotraficante Caravan launched from Houston to smuggle books banned in Arizona back into Tucson, the Empire struck back.
Angered that Mexican-American civil rights leader Dolores Huerta had said that “Republicans hate Latinos” in a speech to
The future of the curriculum remains unclear. A federal court ordered Tucson this month to include "culturally relevant" course