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Continues: A Kineño remembers: from the King Ranch to the White House. 2006. On September 20, 1988, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed Lauro F.Cavazos as the fourth secretary of...

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A Kineño's Journey: On Family, Learning, and Public Service
ISBN13
9780896729681
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Hardcover
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English
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Continues: A Kineño remembers: from the King Ranch to the White House. 2006. On September 20, 1988, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed Lauro F.

Cavazos as the fourth secretary of education in President Ronald Reagan's administration. A sixth-generation Texan and Kineño—a descendant of Mexican citizens who accepted work on Texas's King Ranch in the 19th century—C Continues: A Kineño remembers: from the King Ranch to the White House. 2006.

On September 20, 1988, the United States Senate unanimously confirmed Lauro F. Cavazos as the fourth secretary of education in President Ronald Reagan's administration. A sixth-generation Texan and Kineño—a descendant of Mexican citizens who accepted work on Texas's King Ranch in the 19th century—Cavazos was the first Hispanic appointed to a position in an American Presidential Cabinet.

The story of Cavazos's journey leading up to his cabinet appointment is a portrait of a life devoted to the principles of education. In 1954, Cavazos married Peggy Ann Murdock; the couple had ten children, all of whom were educated in public schools. To enhance their children's education, the Cavazoses traveled extensively, living out the principle that a holistic education includes exposure to other's worldviews.

During his service as Secretary of Education, Cavazos insisted that all children in America be educated to their fullest potential. A key tenet of Cavazos's service was an emphasis on educating minority students—a passion Cavazos formed early on in his career, first as a faculty member at the Medical College of Virginia, then as a professor and Dean at the Tufts University School of Medicine, and later as President of Texas Tech University.


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