Barrio teacher

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Arte Público Press , Houston, Tex
López, Arcadia H., 1909- -- Juvenile literature., López, Arcadia H., 1909-, Teachers -- Texas -- Biography -- Juvenile literature., Education, Bilingual -- Texas -- Juvenile literature., Teachers., Mexican Americans -- Biogr

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Arcadia López describes her development from a childhood of poverty and immigration to the achievement of her goal of becoming a teacher in the barrio.

StatementArcadia H. López.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLA2317.L817 A3 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination81 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1705525M
ISBN 101558850511
LC Control Number92006876

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Both neighborhoods lost residents and jobs for decades, before Latin American immigration turned them around.

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