a well written and carefully researched history...a unique contribution...a must read. --Ruth Burgos-Sasscer, Chancellor Emerita of the Houston Community College System
unique breadth and depth…. politically insightful --Ellen Badger, International Student & Scholar Services, Binghamton University
Rincón s thoroughly researched book provides a comprehensive history and discussion of the court rulings, legislative actions at federal and state levels, and advocacy efforts related to undocumented immigrants at U.S. colleges and universities....It is an essential reference for courses that discuss U.S. immigration history or U.S. immigration law, as well as for those who advocate on behalf of immigrants. --International Educator
About the Author
Alejandra Rincón received the 2006 Human Relations Award of the National Association of College Admissions Counseling. She worked with two of Texas largest school districts and was active in the passage and implementation of legislation that allowed undocumented students to attend college at in-state tuition rates. She continues the advocacy work with immigrant college students in Texas and California.