Despite being the state with perhaps the longest history of Latino presence, power and influence, Texas has very much under-represented Latinos in its schools history curriculum. Through an analysis of teaching materials and curriculum goals, Noboa investigates the extent to which this significant minority is effectively excluded from American historical narrative.

chapter |15 pages


The Teaching of History

chapter Chapter One|22 pages

The Research on Latinos and Minorities in the Curriculum

chapter Chapter Two|7 pages

Relevant Theory and Validity

chapter Chapter Three|8 pages

TEKS Standards: Looking for Latinos

chapter Chapter Four|22 pages

Textbooks: Still in the Margins

chapter Chapter Five|30 pages

Teaching: Making Content Choices

chapter Chapter Six|14 pages

Testimony: A Battle for the Text

chapter Chapter Seven|18 pages

Summary, Interpretations, and Recommendations