Category Archives: Latina/os

Education Deans for Justice and Equity?

I truly believe that our deans and other academic leaders can translate their community-engaged, community-relevant work that they have undertaken as researchers and teachers  into higher education leadership roles. I am seeking to do that on a daily basis in my role as dean at the University of Kentucky College of Education. pic.twitter.com/0Dm0rKuzK9 — JulianVasquezHeilig (@ProfessorJVH) January 15, 2020 As

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Roundup: We find faculty diversity has hit a wall

In the post New Study: Faculty Diversity Gains in U.S. Colleges and Universities Largely Minimal we discuss that faculty diversity has hit a wall. There has been a fair amount of national buzz about the study and some interesting takes in the media (i.e. Inside Higher Education, Chronicle of Higher Education Diverse Issues in Education etc). Here are a few: Study Finds

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New Study: Faculty Diversity Gains in U.S. Colleges and Universities Largely Minimal

We are honored to announce a NEW article entitled Considering the Ethnoracial and Gender Diversity of Faculty in US College and University Intellectual Communities about faculty diversity in the The Hispanic Journal of Law and Policy (THJLP). THJLP is a law journal at South Texas College of Law Houston. Its purpose is to inform and significantly impact the Hispanic legal community in Texas

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Reblogged: HISD won’t tolerate a hostile takeover of brown and black schools

Other than the situation in Los Angeles USD. I believe that Houston is currently our most pressing urban district situation. The Republicans in Texas Legislature would like to take over the democratically-elected majority minority school board and turn Houston ISD into a charter district. I have a special place in my heart for Houston ISD as my career began there

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Administration Forcing Detained Children to Attend Online, For-Profit Charter School?

Is the US forcing detained migrant and refugee children to choose an online, for-profit charter school in Texas? The stories of refugee and migrant children torn from their parents and sent to detention centers is one of the most heinous violations of human rights that United States has experienced in recent times. Sadly, it’s a continuation of discriminatory policies and

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