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Contains the keyword Hispanic Americans--Education (Higher)

Pérez W. Americans by heart : undocumented Latino students and the promise of higher education. New York: Teachers College Press; 2012.

"No topic speaks more forcefully about the values of our country than how we treat the poor. Americans by Heart gives voice, hope, and clarity to one of America's most invisible groups--undocumented students. Whether one agrees or disagrees with country's current immigration policies, we all need to better understand the topic and hear the challenges, dreams, and struggles of these young people. This book is a compelling and thoughtful analysis on a much discussed but little studied topic."--William G. Tierney, University of Southern California

Valverde LA. Latino change agents in higher education : shaping a system that works for all. Vol 1st. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2008.

"Leaders and future leaders in every sector of society, especially in education, stand to benefit from the invaluable insights of the extraordinary cadre of contributors in Latino Change Agents in Higher Education. It is must-reading for anyone wanting to strengthen the educational success and the prosperity of our nation." -- Antonio R. Flores, president and CEO, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities