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Precious Knowledge Precious Knowledge is a predisposed gaze at the programs presented to the Mexican-American students and the efforts of state education administration and legislators to prohibit them. Apparently, the prohibition of the learning program was based on one book written by Freire Paulo, titled “The Pedagogy of the Oppressed”, that was used in the curriculum. One of the critics in order to discover the subversive nature of courses had spent some time observing regular classes. His observations, made during visits to school, point out that he was narrow-minded about what he would witness. The critics’ opinions are not strong, but convincing within the governing body. However, the objections by teachers, parents and students could curtail the wave of their movement of oppression and preserving their model of education program.
In one paradoxical scene, a man protests that the students learned that Franklin Benjamin was a racist, and if surely he was, he does not support the students attending school and being educated.
Tucson program is effective as evidenced from the participants of the film. The students who participated in the film are the beneficiaries of the Mexican American studies program, which includes the teachers and the parents, legislators and educating experts.
Implementing Tucson program in a community would be essential, since the program is committed to fostering and creating a systematic educational environment that respects the diversity in the culture. It enhances the cultural wealth of the people in the community and the cultures that the program serves.
The program will recognize the increasing diversity of cultures in the community and follow up the policies, practices, regulations and programs to contribute worth and knowledge for the diversity. The disadvantage within this program is that it may seem to promote ethnicity. In the case of any negative effects caused by the program, the staff would be held accountable. In recognizing this program, the public would be impressed, and they would participate in promoting the concept of positive and active multiculturalism within schools.