Metropolitan and Policy Studies Network (M.A.P.S.): "Latinos and Education"
Three excellent panelists will highlight some of the issues, challenges, and solutions related to Latinos, education, and social justice.
Panelists and presentations:
“Exploring the Conditions of Latino Education: A Cautionary Tale”
Dr. Jose Moreno
Chicano & Latino Studies, CSULB
“Reframing Latino Culture in Schools: Latina Teachers in Multiracial Schools”
Dr. Glenda Flores
Chicano & Latino Studies/Sociology, UC Irvine
Long Beach Community Hispanic Association
Executive Director & President
Centro CHA Inc., Long Beach
For additional information, please contact Jake Alimahomed-Wilson at email@example.com or visit www.csulb.edu/cla/maps.
Sponsors: The Department of Chicano & Latino Studies and the Department of Sociology