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Juárez-Lincoln University Records, 1969-1978
Texas educational institution affiliated with Antioch College of Yellow Springs, Ohio, as the Juárez-Lincoln Bilingual Center. Also known as Juárez-Lincoln Center, Antioch/Juárez-Lincoln Center, Juárez-Lincoln Bilingual/Bicultural Center, and Juárez-Lincoln University. Split from Colegio Jacinto Treviño (Mercedes, Tex.) in 1971. Originally offered only a master's degree in education (with emphasis on bilingual education) accredited as part of Antioch Graduate School of Education. Later administered an information agency (National Migrant Information Clearinghouse). First had offices in Ft. Worth, but soon moved to St. Edward's University in Austin. Established a separate campus in 1975 and initiated a B.A. program in 1976. Closed in 1979 because of legal, financial, and administrative problems.
Consists of correspondence, mission statements, procedure manuals, budgets, self-studies and audits, catalogs, program and curriculum descriptions, personnel and student records, reports, grant proposals, subject files, publications, photographs, and sound tapes. Some materials date from 1969 and relate to Colegio Jacinto Treviño, but most date from 1971 to 1978 and reflect the activities of Juárez-Lincoln and its relationships with Antioch College, federal and state agencies, and private foundations.
Includes information about Antioch Graduate School of Education and about faculty, staff, and students associated with the Juárez-Lincoln branch of that entity. Also includes information about bilingual education, curriculum planning, and non-traditional educational methods. From the National Migrant Information Clearinghouse, there are materials on migrant agricultural workers, on services for them and their families, and on agencies which serve migrants. Major correspondents and authors of reports or plans include co-directors André Guerrero and Leonard Mestas, "cluster" leader Earl Jones, and Neftalí Castro.
Consists of three series: 1. General and administrative, 2. Instructional programs, and 3. National Migrant Information Clearinghouse. Catalogs and some other informational publications are in both English and Spanish.
A preliminary, handwritten inventory is the only guide currently available, in the rare books and manuscripts reading room and online in PDF form: Juarez-Lincoln Records
Personnel and student files are restricted.
Standard copyright restrictions apply.
Cite as: Juárez-Lincoln University Records, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.