Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD)

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The Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) projects at Cal State San Bernardino's digital platform with both original programming that includes replaying segments from the past decade of LEAD Summit conferences and affiliate programming that distributes content from collaborative projects.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. “Project Inspire - Proyecto Inspire Transformando Vidas” (bilingual Eng/Span format) - Season 7 (2016)

    The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) 2-INSPIRE Program works with parents to increase their knowledge about schooling to ensure that parents have vital information about high quality educational options for their children (especially those traditionally underserved and/or attending Program Improvement schools). The Project 2-INSPIRE curriculum informs parents of their ...

    08/11/2021

  2. PANEL: “[email protected] Students and the School-to-Prison-Pipeline” Season 5 (2014)

    The Association of Mexican-American Educators (AMAE) Journal published a special issue in 2013 (Co-guest edited by Donaldo Macedo, Lilia Bartolome, Victor Rios and Anthony Peguero) which focused on the consequences of the [email protected] school-to-prison pipeline. The school-to-prison pipeline is marginalizing schools, communities, and families by derailing the educational success and ...

    08/04/2021

  3. Keynote Address - "Chicano Rights Movements: Then and Now" Season 5 (2014)

    Dr. José Angel Gutiérrez is a pivotal figure and one of the iconic founding fathers of the Chicano rights movements. He is an attorney (Dallas TX) and Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at Arlington; Founder of the Center for Mexican American Studies. Dr. Gutierrez, along with ...

    07/27/2021

  4. Panel: “Catholic School Advantage: Latino and African American Student Achievement” Season 7 (2016)

    Catholic schooling began in the 1800’s “in a spirit of protest,” when Church leaders objected to the discrimination of Catholic children, and did not want their children indoctrinated in Protestant and secular settings. Disregarded and denigrated by state legislatures, the Church leadership turned to its congregations, demanding that every parish ...

    07/21/2021

  5. Panel - "Latina Pathways in P-20 Systems and Beyond: Answering the Call" Season 9 (2018)

    This panel will discuss the state of Latinas in education, including the challenges and opportunities for engaging and supporting Chicanas/Latinas across the P-20 education continuum and beyond. Within the broader Chicano/Latinx student group, Latinas comprise a greater proportion pursuing undergraduate degrees in the United States. Yet, Latinas still face challenges ...

    07/13/2021