IMPROVING LEGAL AND LATINO EDUCATIONCALIFORNIA WESTERN LAW REVIEW (2012)
The narrator in Langston Hughes's poem about a "colored" twenty-year old responding to an assignment from a white, older instructor challenges us to think about the ways in which identity can inform instruction. Who are you? Who am I? More than any syllabus or casebook, the life experiences of the teacher and those of the students often determine the lessons learned in the classroom. Ultimately, it is impossible for people on either side of the podium to disaggregate their lives, values, self-awareness, and identities from their educational pursuits.
- LEGAL EDUCATION,
- LATINO EDUCATION,
Citation InformationOlympia Duhart. "IMPROVING LEGAL AND LATINO EDUCATION" CALIFORNIA WESTERN LAW REVIEW Vol. 48 (2012) p. 453 - 465
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