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College for All Latinos? The Role of High School Messages in Facing College Challenges

by Guadalupe F. Martinez & Regina Deil-Amen - 2015

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 3, 2015, p. 1-50
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17803, Date Accessed: 2/27/2021 7:19:03 AM
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  • Guadalupe Martinez
    University of Arizona
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    GUADALUPE MARTINEZ was a doctoral student at the time of this research and is currently assistant professor of medicine in the Department of Medicine at the University of Arizona. Research interests include college choice and organizational leadership. A recent publication is “Giving it the ol’ college try: Understanding degree commitment among Division I FBS NFL aspirants.”
  • Regina Deil-Amen
    University of Arizona
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    REGINA DEIL-AMEN is an associate professor at the University of Arizona’s Center for the Study of Higher Education, with expertise in community colleges. Her recent research explores strategies, challenges, and success among lower income students, including the social networks and career decisions of Latino university students as reflected in this article: Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia & Regina Deil-Amen. 2012. Beyond getting in and fitting in: Leveraging a trajectory of educational success through professionally-relevant social networks. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 11, 179–196. She has also published extensively on community college students, including this recent article: Deil-Amen, Regina. 2011. Socio-academic integrative moments: Rethinking academic and social integration among two-year college students in career-related programs. Journal of Higher Education, 82(1) 54–91.
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