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The Changing Landscape of Spanish Language Curricula: Designing Higher Education Programs for Diverse Students


reviewed by Michael Guerrero & Maria Guerrero — September 12, 2018

coverTitle: The Changing Landscape of Spanish Language Curricula: Designing Higher Education Programs for Diverse Students
Author(s): Alan V. Brown & Gregory L. Thompson
Publisher: Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC
ISBN: 1626165742, Pages: 292, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 12, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22504, Date Accessed: 12/15/2018 12:01:17 AM

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  • Michael Guerrero
    University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
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    Michael D. Guerrero is a professor in the Bilingual and Literacy Studies Department at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. He has focused most of research on the Spanish language development of prospective bilingual education teachers. Among his more recent publications are Abriendo brecha: Antología crítica sobre la educación bilingüe de doble inmersión with M. C. Guerrero, L. Soltero-Gonzalez, and K. Escamilla (Dual Language Education of New Mexico, Fuente Press, 2017) and the article "Discourses on Academic Spanish Language Development for Bilingual Teachers in the Texas-Mexico Borderlands" co-authored with Maria Guerrero in Bilingual Research Journal. He is presently engaged in the advancement of national standards for the preparation of dual language education teachers through the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation.
  • Maria Guerrero
    University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
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    Maria Consuelo Guerrero is an associate professor in the Literature and Cultural Studies Department at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley where she teaches Spanish and Portuguese, Latin American Literature, and Mexican Cinema. Her main research agenda has been on the representation of women in Mexican narrative and cinema. Nonetheless, she began serving pre-service bilingual education teachers years ago, and has also dedicated her teaching, service, and professional achievement activities to meeting the academic needs of this special population. She has co-authored several peer-reviewed articles on the matter, but her most recent and relevant contribution has been as a co-editor of the book Abriendo brecha: Antología crítica sobre la educación bilingüe de doble inmersión with M. Guerrero, L. Soltero-Gonzalez, and K. Escamilla (Dual Language Education of New Mexico, Fuente Press, 2017). 
 
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