Abriendo brecha: Antología crítica sobre la educación bilingüe de doble inmersión
Dual Language Education of New Mexico and Fuente Press have released Abriendo brecha: Antología crítica sobre la educación bilingüe de doble inmersión. Written entirely in Spanish, this book features twelve chapters written by a who’s who of experts in the field of dual-language education. This inspiring book is intended for use in the preparation of dual-language education teachers.
“Finally, bilingual teachers in the U.S. have a comprehensive guide in Spanish! Abriendo brecha conveys all of the key concepts of bilingual education—the ideological, historical, pedagogical, and professional—in an accessible way. It’s a wonderful resource for preparing bilingual teachers through bilingual strategies, thus helping them to develop academic language and professional vocabulary in Spanish as well as in English. I congratulate the authors and DLeNM for this important work.” –Dr. Elizabeth Howard, University of Connecticut
Edited by Michael D. Guerrero, professor of education at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in the Department of Bilingual and Literacy Studies; María Consuelo Guerrero, associate professor at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Lucinda A. Soltero-González, educational consultant for the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Colorado Boulder and ELD and biliteracy coordinator in the Adams County School District 14 in Colorado; and Kathy Escamilla, professor of education in the Division of Social, Bilingual, and Multicultural Foundations at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Abriendo brecha: Antología crítica sobre la educación bilingüe de doble inmersión is published by Dual Language Education of New Mexico/Fuente Press.
Dual Language Education of New Mexico (DLeNM) is a grassroots nonprofit organization in New Mexico. DLeNM’s mission is to develop, support, and advocate for high-quality dual-language-enriched education.