A passionate appeal for facilitating college access for undocumented students. For educators and administrators whose lives intersect with them, this book will offer many insights and clarification of both the challenges and the resilience of undocumented students. --The International Journal of Multicultural Education
Community college researchers, practitioners, and administrators could benefit enormously from reading this book. --The Review of Higher Education
About the Author
William Perez is an Associate Professor of Education at Claremont Graduate University. He received his Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University. His research focuses on the social and psychological development of immigrant youth. He also studies the academic achievement and higher education access of Latino students. His most recent work examines the achievement motivation and civic engagement of undocumented students. Richard D. Cortes is an Academic & Transfer Counselor at Glendale Community College (CA). He received his Ph.D. in Education from Claremont Graduate University, and both his Master's degree in Counseling and Bachelor's degree in Psychology from CSU, Northridge. His primary research interests covers minority student achievement, immigrant student issues, and social justice counseling.