Balancing Hmong culture and public education
The research question addressed was, How can schools work with Hmong students and parents so that Hmong students can be more successful in school? Hmong adults, midwestern middle school teachers and administrators provided details of Hmong students, families, Hmong culture, and school interactions. Key influences included peers, former students and current students. The research method involved interviews of Hmong adults who earned an education in the United States, and midwestern middle school teachers and administrators. The author documented the findings of the interviews by comparing and contrasting the information gained. The data compiled from the interviews supported a number of educational methods.
Erlandson, Mandy, "Balancing Hmong culture and public education" (2007). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 708.
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