Sandra Munoz

former student of Jaime Escalante

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Employment attorney in East Los Angeles, California; former student of Jaime Escalante at Garfield High School

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In 1988, the film  Stand and Deliver  made a celebrity out of a Bolivian-born calculus teacher at LA's Garfield High School.

Legacy of the Teacher Who Made Students Stand and Deliver

In 1988, the film Stand and Deliver made a celebrity out of a Bolivian-born calculus teacher at LA's Garfield High School.

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