Document Type

Book Review

Publication Date

7-1992

Abstract

This study is a Marxist critique of public education in the the era of de jure segregation. The major focus is on educational adapted to the "special needs" of a linguistically and culturally community--policy that resulted in intelligence testing, tracking, differentiation, vocational education, and segregated schools. political economy, the public school processed the Mexican student of quality control. Gilbert Gonzales focuses on the theoretical methods of this control and holds it up for rigid analysis.

Comments

Original published version available at www.jstor.org/stable/30238837

First Page

132

Last Page

133

Publication Title

Southwestern Historical Quarterly

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