We are Spanish Education for Women (SEW), an independent, not-for-profit organization that teaches Spanish to U.S. women who work with Latinos.
We are working-class families in Guadalajara who have opened our hearts and homes to SEW students since 1986.
We are Mexican women who share our stories, traditions and insights with the SEW students we tutor in the afternoon.
We are talented university instructors who teach Spanish speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
We are ITESO , the Jesuit university of Guadalajara, with a lovely campus and long-standing emphasis on social justice.
We are Debbie Polhemus, Denise Curry, SND, and Nancy Haines . Founders of SEW, we are committed to the best practices of second-language teaching, a preferential option for the poor, a focus on women and social justice in the hemisphere.
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