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19 black & white tables, 5 black & white line drawings
Miguel Ceja, Patricia Perez
Unsewn / adhesive bound
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction: What do we Know About Latina/o College Access and Choice? Patricia A. Perez and Miguel Ceja Part I: Home, Elementary, & Secondary Context 2. Sixth Grade Teachers' Perceptions of the College Bound Student Jolene McCall, Maria Estela Zarate, and Wendy Y. Perez 3. Constructing College Choice for Latino Students: The Organizational Culture of an Urban Catholic High School Paul Rodriguez and Anne-Marie Nunez 4. Unpacking the Layers: Financial Aid and Latino High School Students' Postsecondary Plans Jose Munoz and Blanca Rincon 5. A Model for Understanding the Latina/o Student and Parent College-going Negotiation Process Cynthia Alvarez Part II: Political Context & Postsecondary Choice 6. Neoliberal Futures and Postsecondary Opportunity: Janet Napolitano and the Politics of Latina/o College Choice Ryan Evely Gildersleeve, Carlos Cruz, Diana Madriz, and Cindy Melendrez-Flores 7. Rising Voices: College Opportunity and Choice Among Latina/o Undocumented Students Patricia A. Perez, James L. Rodriguez, and Josue Guadarrama 8. The Behavioral Typology of First-time Latina/o Students: The Application in Three Hispanic-serving Community Colleges Lu Liu, Barbara McNeice-Stallard, Dustin Tamashiro, John Barkman, and Lan Hao 9. Latina/o Students' College Destinations: Gender, Generational Status, and College Sector Selectivity Karla I. Loya, Jihee Hwang, and Leticia Oseguera 10. La Seleccion Latina: Latina/o Students at Selective Four-year Colleges and Universities Joseph J. Ramirez and Sylvia Hurtado Part III: Model College Access & Transition Programs 11. Rethinking College Access Programs: Latinos, Immigrants, and Community Colleges Mary Martinez-Wenzl and Patricia Gandara 12. Community Cultural Wealth and Latina/o College Choice: The Role of a College Access Program Brianne A. Davila and Roseanne M. Macias 13. Supporting the College Transition Process and Early Academic Success Through an Integrative Summer Learning Experience Jermaine F. Williams and Frank E. Ross III 14. Conclusion: Toward a New Latina/o College Access and Choice Agenda Miguel Ceja and Patricia A. Perez
Patricia A. Perez is an Associate Professor in Chicana/o Studies in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at California State University, Fullerton. Her research focuses on postsecondary equity, access, retention and choice for Latina/o students and other students of color. Miguel Ceja is a Professor in Education Leadership and Policy Studies and Director of Doctoral Programs at California State University, Northridge. His research focuses on access and equity in higher education for students of color, college choice, diversity and campus racial climate and community college student success.