Latino Males in Texas Community Colleges : A Phenomenological Study of Masculinity Constructs and their Effect on College Experiences

@inproceedings{Senz2012LatinoMI,
  title={Latino Males in Texas Community Colleges : A Phenomenological Study of Masculinity Constructs and their Effect on College Experiences},
  author={Victor B. S{\'a}enz and Beth E. Bukoski and Charles Lu and Sarah Rodriguez},
  year={2012}
}
Latino male college students are effectively vanishing from our postsecondary institutions (Sáenz & Ponjuan, 2009, 2011). Recent attention from leaders and policymakers (College Board, 2011) finally mirror years of concern from educational leaders about this persistent and growing gender gap in educational attainment. Since 2000, colleges and universities in Texas have focused on bridging gaps among identified racial and gender groups by reaching prescribed targets for higher education… CONTINUE READING

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