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The Transition to College of English Learner and Undocumented Immigrant Students: Resource and Policy Implications


by Gloria M. Rodriguez & Lisceth Cruz - 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 10, 2009, p. 2385-2418
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15715, Date Accessed: 1/16/2022 4:39:08 PM
 
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  • Gloria Rodriguez
    University of California, Davis
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    GLORIA M. RODRIGUEZ is an assistant professor in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis. Her research interests include educational leadership and resource allocation from a critical, social justice perspective, investments in Latina/o student and community strengths to address needs, and cross-sector/interdisciplinary research that links education to other areas of social policy to support the well-being of children and youth. Recent publications include (coedited with A.R. Rolle, Routledge, 2007) To What Ends and by What Means? The Social Justice Implications of Contemporary School Finance Theory and Policy, and (coauthored with J. Fabionar, in press) “The Impact of Poverty on Students and Schools: Exploring the Social Justice Leadership Implications” in C. Marshall and M. Oliva (Eds.), Leadership for Social Justice: Making Revolutions in Education (2nd edition).
  • Lisceth Cruz
    University of California, Davis
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    LISCETH CRUZ is currently a doctoral student in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis, with an emphasis in school organization and educational policy. Her research interests include educational issues affecting disenfranchised, underserved, and vulnerable student populations. She also works as a program coordinator in the UCD Student Programs and Activities Center, focusing on the recruitment and retention of Latino students in higher education. She earned an M.A. in Mexican American Studies at San Jose State University, where she engaged in demystifying the lack of Latino parental engagement in the education of their children.
 
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