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Chicano Walkouts Final

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Worksheet for Episode 3: Chicano! Taking back the schools.
1. What issues/complaints did the students have about the schools in East Los
Angele? (min. of 2)
Students were protesting because of their poorly trained teachers, racism as well as lack of
college prep course and educational reform.
2. What politicized the students?
Conditions which were unequal in unified schools in Los Angels
3. How did the push for assimilation influence the students views of themselves
and their parents?
Push of assimilation influences student's view of themselves and parents by taking up banner
which was to be used during walkouts. They also got done by the documentaries of PBS.
4. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson noted that over half of the Mexican
American students had less those __four__ (#) years of education.
5. Identify and describe the ultimate fate of:
a. Sal Castro:

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Running Head: CHICANO’’ WALKOUTS’’ 1 Name Institution Course Date CHICANO ‘’WALKOUTS’’ 2 Worksheet for Episode 3: Chicano! Taking back the schools. 1. What issues/complaints did the students have about the schools in East Los Angele? (min. of 2) Students were protesting because of their poorly trained teachers, racism as well as lack of college prep course and educational reform. 2. What politicized the students? Conditions which were unequal in unified schools in Los Angels 3. How did the push for assimilation influence the students’ views of themselves and their parents? Push of assimilation influences student's view of themselves and parents by taking up banner which was to be used during walkouts. They also got done by the documentaries of PBS. 4. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson noted that over half of the Mexican American students had less those __four__ (#) years of education. 5. Identify and describe the ultimate fate of: a. Sal Castro: CHICANO ‘’WALKOUTS’’ 3 Sal Castro is a Los Angeles teacher who was a veteran. His ultimate fate is that he played a central role during ‘’blowouts’’ when a big number of students who were in primarily Latino High Schools step out their classes to protest against education inequalities. b. LA 13: They were 13 men who were indicted secretly by a grand jury on 1/6/1968. These men were indicted because of the plan charges which were steaming from the ‘’blowouts’’ of Eas ...
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