By Frank Hernandez,Elizabeth Murakami-Ramalho,Gloria M. Rodriguez
The ebook makes a speciality of Latinas/os in schools of schooling, for the reason that lots of them hold the real project to arrange new academics, and learn new pedagogies that experience the facility of enhancing and remodeling schooling. Following the structure of the work-life stability booklet sequence, this quantity includes autoethnographical testimonios in its methodological strategy. This quantity addresses 3 extremely important guiding questions (1) What are the prevailing buildings that isolate/discriminate opposed to Latinas/os in greater schooling? (2) How can Latinas/os disrupt those to accomplish work-life stability? And, (3) in keeping with their stories, what are the transformative ideologies concerning Latinas/os looking work-life balance?
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