Latin@ Students in a Changing Chicago: Current Disparities and Opportunities Within Public Schools


During the fall of 2014, for the first time, more than half of the students across U.S. public schools were Latin@ and African American. In the largest urban public school districts (New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago,... [ view full abstract ]


  1. P. Zitlali Morales (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  2. Ramona Meza (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  3. Joanna Maravilla - Cano (University of Illinois at Chicago)

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EDU-5 » Racialization and Socialization of Latin@s in a Changing Chicago: The Role of Public Schools (3:30pm - Thursday, 7th July, Los Robles)

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