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You Canít Be What You Canít See: The Power of Opportunity to Change Young Lives


reviewed by Thai-Huy Nguyen & Jalen Smith ó July 18, 2018

coverTitle: You Canít Be What You Canít See: The Power of Opportunity to Change Young Lives
Author(s): Milbrey W. McLaughlin
Publisher: Harvard Education Press, Boston
ISBN: 168253152X, Pages: 280, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 18, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22438, Date Accessed: 10/24/2018 1:18:09 AM

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  • Thai-Huy Nguyen
    Seattle University
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    THAI-HUY NGUYEN is Assistant Professor of Education at Seattle University. His areas of interest include Minority Serving Institutions and history and sociology of higher education. Thai-Huyís work has been published or recently accepted in Review of Research in Education, American Educational Research Journal, and The Review of Higher Education. He is also co-author of an upcoming manuscript (under contract with Harvard University Press) on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and STEM Education.
  • Jalen Smith
    University of Vermont
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    JALEN SMITH recently attained his Master of Education degree from Seattle University in June 2018. His research interests include: Black undergraduate student populations, leadership development for marginalized college students, and policy analysis on a global educational scale. Jalen currently works at the University of Vermont in the Office of Residential Life.
 
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