Beating The Odds

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While attention often is focused on the academic underperformance of America’s poorest children, internationally renowned education expert Dr. Pedro Noguera shares stories of success from some of our nation’s schools with odds seemingly stacked against them.

Test Preparation For Critical Thinkers

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Dr. Pedro Noguera urges educators to focus on providing students with a well-rounded education that includes the arts and some form of physical activity as part of equipping Latino students with the tools to “pass the test”. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Teacher Training & Progressive Education

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Dr. Pedro Noguera suggests how taking a more constructive approach of providing teachers with background information to make them more familiar with the student will resolve resentment and socio-cultural tension in the classroom. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Media Attention & Latino Educatio

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Dr. Pedro Noguera engages a caller as he points out the disparities in media coverage pertaining to the Latino community. He discusses the lack of media attention outside of Latino Heritage Month. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Latino Students & Testing

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Dr. Pedro Noguera urges listeners to identify schools that are serving Latino students and English language learners in particular, and to use those institutions as models so that educators from other areas can emulate to prepare these students for the next level of higher learning. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Latino Student College Readiness

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The conversation regarding how the Latino student population throughout the nation will be tested to determine their readiness for the future ensues as Dr. Pedro Noguera argues that the government has not shown the ability to adapt policies to the needs of particular students. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Language And Cultural Barriers

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Bridging the socio-cultural gap between bilingual students and their teachers is explored as Dr. Pedro Noguera discusses the crucial points for educators attempting to reach students who are acquiring a second language. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Common Core & Latino Education

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While addressing the government’s involvement in supporting school reform for Latino students, Dr. Pedro Noguera highlights the common core standards of policy reform and their effects. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Strategies To Meet Unique Needs Of Latino Students

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Affirming Latino students, cultivating a desire to learn, and showing support are just a few of the subjects covered by Pedro Noguera as he expands the conversation on the unique needs of the Latino students. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Resources For Understanding Latino Education

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Pedro Noguera sheds light on resources that could help educators by providing rich examples of authors whose books provide great readings in the area of Latino education. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

Parental Involvement & Latino Education

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The role of parental involvement is at the heart of this discussion. Pedro Noguera shapes the conversation by defining successful parental involvement. Successful parental models and healthy pressures to hold schools accountable are also explored. Local educators, parents, and community members shape the discussion with questions that matter.

   

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