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Implementing Structured English Immersion in Arizona: Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities

by Cecilia Rios-Aguilar, Manuel S. Gonzȧlez Canchė & Luis C. Moll - 2012

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 114 Number 9, 2012, p. 1-18
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16575, Date Accessed: 11/29/2021 3:47:46 PM
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  • Cecilia Rios-Aguilar
    Claremont Graduate University
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    CECILIA RIOS-AGUILAR is an Associate Professor of Education at the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University. Her research is multidisciplinary and uses a variety of conceptual frameworks—funds of knowledge and the forms of capital—and of statistical approaches—regression analysis, multilevel models, structural equation modeling, GIS, and social network analysis—to study the educational and occupational trajectories of under-represented minorities, including Latina/os, English learners, and immigrant and second-generation students. Dr. Rios-Aguilar’s applied research also includes the design and evaluation of different programs and policies targeted to under-represented students.
  • Manuel Gonzȧlez Canchė
    University of Arizona
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    MANUEL S. GONZALEZ CANCHE is a Ph. D. candidate in Higher Education at the University of Arizona. His research interest are college access and success of underrepresented and minority students. His focus is on quantitative analyses involving causation in the social sciences and policy/program evaluation. His most recent publications are related to policy impact of the structured English immersion in English Language Learners in the State of Arizona.
  • Luis Moll
    University of Arizona
    LUIS C. MOLL is Professor in the Language, Reading and Culture Program of the Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies, College of Education, The University of Arizona. His main research interest is the connection among culture, psychology and education, especially as it relates to the education of Latino children in the US. Among his honors, he was elected to membership in the National Academy of Education (1998), and named Fellow of the American Educational Research Association (2009). He delivered AERA’s Sixth Annual Brown Lecture in Education Research in Washington, DC, on October 22, 2009
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