Centering Transborder Students: Perspectives on Identity, Languaging and Schooling Between the U.S. and Mexico

@article{Kleyn2017CenteringTS,
  title={Centering Transborder Students: Perspectives on Identity, Languaging and Schooling Between the U.S. and Mexico},
  author={T. Kleyn},
  journal={Multicultural Perspectives},
  year={2017},
  volume={19},
  pages={76 - 84}
}
  • T. Kleyn
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Multicultural Perspectives
  • Undocumented families' rates of repatriation to Mexico from the United States have risen throughout the Obama administration, and this trend will likely increase under Donald Trump. This study describes the experiences of Mexican-born youth who grew up in the United States and are back in Mexico. While these children are participants in their families' migration, their input is rarely sought in decisions to leave or return to a country. This article shares transborder students' voices on their… CONTINUE READING
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