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“Cultivating H igher Learning”: Anahuacalmecac International. Marcos Aguilar, Executive Director, Semillas Community Schools Minnie Ferguson, Director of Education SBE May 5 , 2014 Sacramento , CA. Semillas Community Schools 2002 – 2008 - 2014. Building Community.

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cultivating h igher learning anahuacalmecac international

“Cultivating Higher Learning”:Anahuacalmecac International

Marcos Aguilar, Executive Director, Semillas Community Schools

Minnie Ferguson, Director of Education

SBE May 5, 2014 Sacramento, CA

building community
Building Community

Parent volunteer group meets weekly

Quarterly school-wide parents meetings keep parents involved

Parents actively rally behind school’s initiatives

sowing transformative learning
SOWING TRANSFORMATIVE LEARNING

CONSTRUCTING CULTURAL

RELEVANCE

GENERATING TRANSFORMATIVE

LEARNING EXPERIENCES

BEFORE SMARTER BALANCED,

THERE WAS SEMILLAS

reaping student achievement
REAPING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

CALIFORNIA STATE PRIORITIES: TOJTEKAYOTL TLAJTKE NAUAJKE

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

SCHOOL CLIMATE

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

THERE WAS I B

BEFORE COMMON CORE,

student achievement now
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTNOW
  • Pupil achievement, as measured by all of the
  • following, as applicable:
  • Statewide assessments
  • The Academic Performance Index (API)
  • Percentage of pupils who have successfully completed courses that satisfy UC/CSU entrance requirements
  • Percentage of ELs who make progress toward English language proficiency as measured by the CELDT
  • EL reclassification rate
  • Percentage of pupils who have passed AP exams with 3+
  • Percentage of pupils who demonstrate college preparedness pursuant to the Early Assessment Program
indigenous languages in california
Indigenous Languages in California

Status

U.S.Several of Uto-Aztecan languages are extinct, and most are either severely endangered or on the brink of extinction. Only Hopi has over 5,000 speakers. Recently, attempts have been made by various Native peoples to preserve their cultural and linguistic heritage. For example, the Hopi Language Education and Preservation Plan calls for a comprehensive, reservation-wide language instruction program.

MexicoIn Mexico, the largest Uto-Aztecan language is Nahuatl which is spoken by 1.6 million people.

SOURCES: http://aboutworldlanguages.com/uto-aztecan-language-family AND

http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=23548

Root, Reach and Regeneration

anahuac uto aztecan language human heritage
ANAHUACUto-Aztecan Language Human Heritage

"We may see ninety percent of these languages, or perhaps all of them, disappear in our lifetimes" (Hinton, 1994).

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