Resiliency and Success: Migrant Children in the U.S.by Encarnacion Garza, Enrique T. Trueba, Pedro Reyes
Pub. Date: 05/28/2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Garza (University of Texas-San Antonio) presents the stories of successful high school and college students who come from migrant farm laboring families, in an effort to help teachers, education students, researchers, and policy makers understand factors that lead to success for minority language students. The original study was conducted from an ethnographic perspective, using qualitative approaches that require fine-tuned analysis of ethno-historical and interview data. Students speak in their own words in numerous excerpts from interviews, and the authors use lessons learned from their stories to make recommendations for schools and educational policy. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Table of Contents
The Immigration Experience and Resiliencey of Mexican Families in the US.
Mirgrant Farm Workers and their Children.
The Struggles of the Migrant Lifestyle.
The Family-Support and Influence.
The Mentors-Environmental Resources.
The Present-Success Against All Odds.
Analysis of Central Research Questions.
Lessons Learned about Critical Ethnography and Pedagogy.
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