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Tucson Ethnic Studies by Julio Flores in "Digital (Re)Visions" by Szabady et al. (Kairos 19.1 PraxisWiki)

This Prezi is part of the Fall 2014 (19.1) issue of the PraxisWiki section of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Kairos is a free, online, peer-reviewed scholarly journal available at http://kairos.technorhetoric.net.
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Transcript of Tucson Ethnic Studies by Julio Flores in "Digital (Re)Visions" by Szabady et al. (Kairos 19.1 PraxisWiki)

Tucson Ethnic Studies
Experts Opinion
Benefits
law 2281
Student Opinion
HB2281bans classes that
promote the overthrow of the U.S. government
create resentment toward a race or class of people,
designed primarily for students of a particular ethnic group
Creates interest
Higher graduation rates
College success
Diversity promotion
More areas of study


Education promotes racial toleration
Personal identity is develped shortly before adulthood, and most of the times wont be the same from high school
Chauvinism-exaggerate patrotism


Classes are not designed for a group
Diversity is visible
Professors teach based on true happenings
The program helps them succeed


Statistics
False accusations

Modification instead of
cancelation

U.S history mandatory
elective instead of core class
Increase diversity
ensure emphasis on U.S. history
modification of material taught






Promotes overthow of the U.S. Government
Creates unpatriotism
Developes segregation




serves 1200 k-12
twice as likely to graduate and three times as likely to go to college than the average
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