Anti-racist, multicultural educational curricula are vital to creating a better, more just society.
The TEAACH Act is an opportunity to remake how we teach U.S. history from a framework of social justice and diversity.
Under international law, Mexican Americans have the right to ensure that their culture is not erased.
As cities incorporate Ethnic Studies curricula, advocates say everyone wins. Others argue they just promote resentment.
We must transform our schools into sites of resistance to all that Trump stands for, says teacher Jesse Hagopian.
When a California history class noticed the US 1930s Mexican Repatriation was left out of the curriculum, they decided to take it up with the state Legislature.
The legal fight over Mexican-American studies in Arizona schools is a culture war waged against indigenous knowledge.
“I find it imperative to call attention to the disconnect between Ethnic Studies as a discipline and the communities from which it emerged.”
The current political trend to undermine and cut ethnic studies programs and particularly Mexican-American studies is being done under the cloak of either preserving u201cAmericanismu201d or implementing u201cnecessaryu201d…