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High-Performing Schools Serving Mexican American Students: What They Can Teach Us. ERIC Digest


A study examined the characteristics of successful schools along the Texas-Mexico border, where high percentages of students were Mexican American, came from low socioeconomic backgrounds, and had limited English proficiency.

  • Author/Creator: Scribner, Alicia Paredes, Scribner, Jay D. Corp Author Eric Clearinghouse on Rural Education, Small Schools, Charleston W. V.
  • Date Published: 12-00
  • Year: 2001

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