Wood, James A.

Dr. James A. Wood holds an Ed.D. degree in Bilingual Education from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He has been Professor of Education at Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College, teaching in the areas of Bilingual Education, Multicultural Education, and School Administration. Dr. Wood has served as an educational consultant, has authored and co-authored more than 30 articles in refereed journals, and has presented at numerous state, regional and national professional conferences.

Teaching Latino Students
2005 0-7734-6001-2
This book is a compilation of topics dealing with a myriad of multicultural issues facing educators and other members of society. The book addresses the importance of relative knowledge in dealing with cultural diversity in an ever-changing global society. In this unique edition, the editors purport to enlighten educators and others regarding the complexity of multiculturalism, dealing with education issues with various groups, and examining pathways toward empowerment and acculturation. There is a plethora of information on the subject of multiculturalism. However, there is a void, or dearth, of empirical research in many aspects of this currently discussed topic. This work is composed of a number of scholarly research studies conducted by the authors/editors. The broad range of well-developed and thoroughly investigated treatises should provide a strong foundation for future researchers of this growing societal phenomenon.

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