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Jaime Escalante

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Raymond Arias

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Jaime Escalante

Jaime Escalante
By
Raymond Arias

What Values Did He Learn From His Parents
The values that he learned from his parents was to do the best he could in school.
Jaime Escalante is known for his teaching skills which are shown in the movie about him "Stand & Deliver" where in the movie he helps High School students that are slackers and one day become very succesful.
Jaime Escalante
Jaime Escalante was born on December 31, 1930, La Paz, Bolivia. He Died March 30, 2010. He died at the age of 79.
Place Of Birth
He lived in La Paz, Bolivia for twelve years before moving to the U.S
Where did he live as a child
Zenobio Escalante(Father), and Sara Escalante(Mother).
Name Of Parents
Jaime Escalante had most of his education here in the states.
Education
He was famous for taking slacker students in his years of calculus teaching and changing them into highly achieving adults.
How Did He Become Famous
Specific Bolivian meals.
Favorite Food
His hobbies consisted of helping troubled students with their classwork.
Hobbies
He was important to the Hispanic Community because he had a hard life moving from Bolivia to the states, and still was a very successful teacher.
Why Is He Important To The Hispanic Community
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