Today, there is literature written that serves as a how to guide for educators and students, to help them bring code-switching and subtle ways to get rid of it, so to speak. There are lessons to encourage culturally and linguistically diverse students to use Standard English Grammar in the classroom. http://www.heinemann.com/shared/onlineresources/e02610/csl_introduction.pdf.
I am curious to see if you all find biases and prejudice in the text and if you think it will serve as a useful tool.
Here is something else that I came across. A teacher using a stylized pedagogy to connect with her students. Although it would not be considered code switching, because she is using Standard English Grammar, she is still employing a cultural performance identity. Can this be considered code-meshing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90Tp58UI8a8. What do you think?