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Subtractive Schooling: U.S.-Mexican Youth and the Politics of Caring
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Provides an enhanced sense of what's required to genuinely care for and educate the U.S.-Mexican youth in America.
Angela Valenzuela is Associate Professor in Curriculum and Instruction and Center for Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas, Austin.
Mexican Immigrant and Mexican American Achievement
The Subtractive Elements of Caring and Cultural Assimilation
Unmasking Barriers to Progress
Seguin High School in Historical Perspective: Mexican Americans' Struggle for Equal Educational Opportunity in Houston
The Early Years
Changing Demographics and the "Mexicanization" of the East End and Seguin High
Ross v. Eckels and the Struggle for Just Integration
The Seguin School Walkout
Teacher-Student Relations and the Politics of Caring
The "Uncaring Student" Prototype
"Americanized" Immigrant Youth
"Not Caring" as Student Resistance
Caring and Pedagogy
When Teachers Do Not Initiate Relation
Contributions and Limitations of the Caring and Education Literature
Love is One Taquito Away
Everyday Experiences in the Lives of Immigrant and U.S.-Born Youth
The Experience of Schooling for Mexican Immigrant Youth
Immigrant Youth and the Question of Empeno
Cross-Generational Gender and Social Capital
Social Capital among U.S.-Born Youth
Subtractive Schooling and Divisions among Youth
Relationships and the "Politics of Difference"
Divisions among Youth
Unity in Resistance to Schooling
Mutiny in Mr. Chilcoate's Classroom
Cinco de Mayo, 1993
The Talent Show
Epilogue: Some Final Thoughts
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