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Bridges to Success in High School for Migrant Youth


by Margaret A. Gibson & Nicole Hidalgo — 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 3, 2009, p. 683-711
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15341, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 10:04:18 AM
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  • Margaret Gibson
    University of California, Santa Cruz
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    MARGARET A. GIBSON is currently professor of education and anthropology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Her research focuses on the school performance of immigrant and minority youth, with particular attention to home-school-community connections and to how school contexts and peer relationships within school settings influence student participation and achievement in high schools. Her books include Accommodation Without Assimilation (1988), Minority Status and Schooling, coedited with John Ogbu (1991), and School Connections: U.S. Mexican Youth, Peers, and School Achievement, coedited with Patricia Gándara and Jill Peterson Koyama (2005).
  • Nicole Hidalgo
    University of California, Santa Cruz
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    NICOLE D. HIDALGO is a doctoral candidate in education at the University of Santa Cruz. Her research focuses on transformational resistance, youth popular culture in schools, and critical college access for low-income inner-city youth. Her publications include a 2004 chapter on “Belonging and School Participation” (in School Connections) and a forthcoming chapter titled “When Stepping to College is Stepping to Consciousness: Critical Pedagogy for Transformational Resistance in an Urban High School Classroom” (in Handbook of Latinos and Education).
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