Mexican-American struggles for educational equality

Mexican-American struggles for educational equality in America in 20th century to present

Must use the sources provided. The initial links needed to do the paper are provided below, material for sources are provided in files.

All sources must be from either one of the links or one of the files uploaded

Based on the films, primary sources, and readings you’ve been assigned, Watch the documentary film about the Economy Furniture Strike (Week 14), look at the articles over the controversy about Mexican-American studies textbooks at the State Board of Education, and listen to the NPR Talk of the Nation broadcast, ‘Revisionaries’ Tells Story Of Texas Textbook Battle (all in Week 15’s folder) Discuss the efforts of the Mexican-American community to improve their educational opportunities, and recognition of the community’s historical significance in the latter part of the 20th century to the present.
Also describe some of the challenges they face in this effort

All sources must be from either one of the links or one of the files uploaded

(Links needed to answer question)
Economy Furniture Strike
http://irtflash.austincc.edu/player6/index.php?dir=instructional/cppps/&vid=theecofurnstrike

articles over the controversy about Mexican-American studies textbooks at the State Board of Education
http://www.statesman.com/news/state–regional-govt–politics/another-mexican-american-studies-textbook-tentatively-rejected/L9UQN2IvqJ750FAIxbKeyH/
https://www.texastribune.org/2016/09/06/committee-denounces-proposed-mexican-american-stud/

NPR Talk of the Nation broadcast, ‘Revisionaries’ Tells Story Of Texas Textbook Battle
https://www.npr.org/2012/06/20/155440679/revisionaries-tells-story-of-texas-textbook-battle

Other sources are uploaded and this one below.
http://digital.houstonlibrary.net/film-archive/MSS0108-b12-r1.php

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