Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD)

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

PANEL: “Latin@ Students and the School-to-Prison-Pipeline” Season 5 (2014)
Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD)
PANEL: “[email protected] Students and the School-to-Prison-Pipeline” Season 5 (2014)
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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 progress of [email protected] youth.

It restricts and excludes youth from the labor market and promotes mistrust and resentment toward authority, the criminal justice system, and all forms of social control. Please dialogue with a group of scholars from across the country whose research and personal lives are working toward solutions to dismantle this pipeline.

Introduction / Moderator:
- Dr. Anthony Peguero, Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech

Panelists:
- Poetry: Jesús Cortez, Orange County Community Advocate
- Dr. Eugene Fujimoto, Assistant Professor, CSU Fullerton
- Mario G. Galicia Jr., Doctoral Candidate, UC Santa Barbara
- Dr. Luis Nuño, Lecturer, CSU Los Angeles
- Alicia Pantoja, Doctoral Student, University of Pennsylvania

This panel is date/time stamped: March 27, 2014; 10:40 a.m to 11:20 a.m.

*Presentation made possible through a working collaboration with the Association of Mexican-American Educators (AMAE) Journal (Editors: Oscar Jimenez-Castellanos, Antonio Camacho and Patricia Sanchez) and Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University.)


Brought to you by ENRIQUE G MURILLO JR of Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD)