Dr. Charles F. Leyba publish "Schooling Language And Bilingual Teaching" .A Theritico and practical Frame-work

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  • (1888PressRelease) October 20, 2011 - Dr. Charles F. Leyba write these books "Schooling And Language Minority Students: A Theoretico-Practical Framework (Third edition)."And "Beyond Language: Social and Cultural Factors In Schooling Language Minority Students. (Fifth edition).

    Charles F. Leyba, Director of Evaluation, Dissemination and Assessment Center, California State University, Los Angeles, is Professor of History and Chair of the Department of History at the University of California, Riverside. Among his many publications are Three...

    Perepeotlvee on Ethnicity, Gaucho Polltlca In Brazil, and A Fllmlc Approach to the Study of Hletorlcal Dllemmae, as well as a three book series, The Mexican American, The Chicano Heritage, and Hlepanlce In the United States. He is the recipient of two book awards, his university's 1976 Distinguished Teaching Award, and the California Council for the Humanmes' 1930 Distinguished California Humanist Award. He has lectured widely throughout the United States, Latin America, and Europe, has written film and televi-sion documentaries, and has appeared as guest host on the PBS na-tional television series, "Why in the World?"

    STANLEY SUE (Ph.D., Psychology, University of California, LosAngeles, 1971) is Professor of Psychology at UCLA. He was formerly a faculty member at the University of Washington and Director of Clinical-Community Psychology Training at the National Asian-American Psychology Training Center, an APA approved internship program. His research focuses upon Asian American mental health and personality as well as service delivery systems for ethnic minority groups. He is particularly interested in bicultural adaptation.

    AMADO M. PADILLA (Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Universityof New Mexico, 1969) is Professor of Psychology at the University of California at Los Arlgeles. His research interests include acculturation, bilingualism, and psychological factors related to the well beingof Hispanics. He is Director of the Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center at UCLA and the recently created Center forLanguage, Education and Research funded by the National Instituteof Education. The author of approximately 100 publications including Acculturatlon: Theory, Models, and Some New Flndlngs (Westview, 1980), he is also the founding editor of the Hlspanlc Journal of Behavioral Sciences.

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