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Credits and Disclaimer

This paper was written by Nancy Fuentes, Senior Research Associate at SEDL with assistance from Gloria J. Crum, PSI Coordinator at the Region One Education Service Center in Edinburg, Texas, and Esteban Garcia, Jr., Principal of Pharr-San Juan-Alamo High School in San Juan, Texas.

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Published in Issues ...about Change Volume 3, Number 2, Changing Mental Frameworks: One High School's Success through a Triad Partnership (1994)