Soy Mi Cuento: Latina/o Students Bridging Multiple Worlds in Independent Schools

August 8, 2019

Lillian Diaz-Imbelli, Researcher and Independent Educational Consultant, Diaz Imbelli Consulting, NY Yocelin Gonzalez, Senior Associate Director of Admissions & Director of Multicultural Recruitment Outreach, The Hotchkiss School, CT In this presentation, presenters reveal recent research gathered from successful graduates on the challenges they faced as new members to the culture of independent schools. Recommendations and justification for a school-wide story-telling project are offered as an important strategy to advance a school's equity and social justice goals.

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