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His many examples are powerful, imaginative, and supported by data. Janesick, Professor University of South Florida. Please include your name, contact information, and the name of the title for which you would like more information. His careful description of the cultural context of Latino boys is groundbreaking and should awaken all of us. He makes a persuasive case for the need to examine the lived experience of Latino boys and the implications for policy and practice. The book is engaging, fascinating, and a solid addition to the literature on the culturally relevant curriculum.
I will definitely use this book in my classes to illustrate this topic. This book is a must-read for all classroom educators who genuinely want to find solutions to the crippling effects of the achievement gap on the fastest growing subpopulation in our country. To assauge educators, Campos notes, 'I don't think that school professionals are aware that they are appraising Latino boys in such a fashion.
His evidence is largely anecdotal, and when hard data are introduced chapter 3, for example , the explanations are made to fit the thesis. The book's importance turns on the degree to which education should be adjusted for ethnic group difference. To those less sure that achievement differences refelct the vagaries of educator appraisal, the book will be less important.
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Skip to main content. Download flyer. Educating Latino Boys demonstrates how to: Enhance student engagement and achievement by addressing Latino boys' specific needs Explore personal and school-wide beliefs to better understand how to serve this population Develop strategies for motivating Latino boys to pursue higher education Address unique challenges that Latino boys face both in the home and at school Educating Latino Boys is an essential resource for improving educational opportunities and outcomes for this important population of students.
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