Back To School Special; #PrayersForBahamas

62 minutes

Found In Translation Episode 331: Hosts Ray Collazo and Elbert Garcia are joined by educators Eva Mendez and Tania Valencia to discuss how parents, advocates and educators can support our children as the school year begins. Valencia and Mendez share how to affirm our children’s identity, develop ambitious buy achievable standards and support parent engagement. Valencia also updates us on the issues impact English Language Learners that lawmakers need to prioritize moving forward.

Collazo and Garcia also analyze how #MidlandOdessa tragedy and AOC/Crenshaw debate impact our politics moving forward. Collazo reveals why Puerto Ricans need to especially engage in hurricane relieve efforts to support our Bahamian family.

Valencia also reveals who is THE Bae for the Salvadoran community.

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