Achieving equity for Latino students : expanding the pathway to higher education through public policy
Source:Multicultural education series New York, N.Y., Teachers College Press, New York, p.192 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LC2670.6 .C66 2011
Keywords:Educational equalization--United States, Hispanic Americans--Education (Higher)
Contents: The role of the public policy arena in educating Latino students -- Falling through the cracks: who transitions to college and who doesn't? -- Educating Latino students in an era of high-stakes testing, accountability, and assessment -- The role of financial aid, tuition policy, and affordability in Latino higher education access -- Undocumented Latino students and the DREAM of pursuing college -- Anti-affirmative action policies and Latino student access to public higher education -- The "sleeping giant" is awake: raising Latino student achievement and success through education policy.