Formal Educational Programs
|Filipino American Education Institute||A partnership among university professors, teachers and community to advance the educational achievement of Filipino students through research, professional development, and outreach.||www.filameducation.com|
|Kilusan 4 Kids||A journey to learn Filipino language and Filipino American history so our youth learn to love ourselves, our families, our community and the Philippines||http://www.flickr.com/photos/
|Filipino American Heritage Studies||Curriculum at Logan High School in Union City, CA, that emphasizes the connection between working-class Filipino families and peoples’ struggles in the Philippines.||www.jl.ethnic.studies.
|iJeepney.com||Multimedia Filipino American online and print curriculum and community forum for teachers and students sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution.||www.iJeepney.com
|Pin@y Educational Partnerships||Teaching pipeline in San Francisco schools and a space for the development of critical Filipina/o American curriculum, research, and sourcebooks.||www.pepsf.org|
|Pinoy Teach||Multicultural curriculum exploring Filipino American history and culture with student textbook, activity booklet, and teacher manual for school community partnerships and professional development.||www.pinoyteach.com|
Halagao, P.E., Cordova, J. M., Tintiangco-Cubales, A. (2009) Critical Review of K-12 Filipino American Curriculum. AAPI Nexus: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Policy, Practice and Community, 7(10) pp. 1-23.