Fb2 Latino Educational Opportunity: New Directions for Community Colleges, Number 133 ePub
by Catherine L. Horn,Stella M. Flores,Gary Orfield
|Author:||Catherine L. Horn,Stella M. Flores,Gary Orfield|
|Publisher:||Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (April 21, 2006)|
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Latino Educational Opportunity book.
Latino Educational Opportunity book. The studies presented in this volume of New Directions for.
CL Horn, SM Flores, G Orfield. Community colleges, public policy, and Latino student opportunity. SM Flores, CL Horn, G Crisp. New Directions for Community Colleges 2006 (133), 71-80, 2006. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 8 (1), 90-109, 2009. SM Flores, J Batalova, M Fix. Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute 220, 2012. Race, ethnicity, and college success: Examining the continued significance of the minority-serving institution.
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Orfield is a member of the National Academy of Education and has .
Expanding Opportunity in Higher Education (with P. Gandara and C. Horn), Albany: SUNY Press (2006). Latino Educational Opportunity: New Directions for Community Colleges, 133 (2) (with C. Horn and S. Flores), San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley (2006).
Stella M. Flores is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University.
Chain enrollment and college enclaves: Benefits and drawbacks of Latino college students’ enrollment decisions. In C. L. Horn, S. M. Flores, & G. Orfield (Ed., New Directions for Community Colleges (No. 133, pp. 51-60). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Plank, S. & Jordan, W. J. (2001).
Horn, CL, Flores-Montgomery, S & Orfield, G (eds) 2006, 'Latino educational opportunity ', New Directions for Community Colleges, vol. 133, no. 2. Horn CL, (e., Flores-Montgomery S, (e., Orfield G, (e. Latino educational opportunity. New Directions for Community Colleges.
Community colleges, public policy, and Latino student opportunity. New Directions for Community Colleges, 133(2), 71-80. Orfield, . Horn, C. & Flores, S. (2006). Epilogue: Some civil rights issues moving forward. New Directions for Community Colleges, 133(2), 81-84. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. Technical Reports and Policy Briefs Park, T. Flores, S. and Ryan, C. (fortcoming). Labor market returns for graduates of Hispanic Serving Institutions.
Publication Name: New Directions for Community Colleges. Publication Date: 2006
Publication Name: New Directions for Community Colleges. Publication Date: 2006. Publication Name: New Directions for Community Colleges.
State and federal policy has increasingly looked to thecommunity college to educate Latinos—the largest minoritygroup in the United States—and other students traditionallyunderrepresented in higher education. Indeed, Latinos enroll incommunity colleges at rates higher than those for any other racialor ethnic group. Although research has been done to study theinfluence of various contributors to Latino opportunity, such asimmigration policy, language, and academic opportunity, theprofound and confounding influence of these factors remainsunderexplored. This volume provides and underscores the importanceof serious scholarship towards this vital set of institutions andtheir students.