Layers of Influence: Exploring Institutional- and State-Level Effects on College Student Views Toward Access to Public Education for Undocumented Immigrants

@article{Garibay2016LayersOI,
  title={Layers of Influence: Exploring Institutional- and State-Level Effects on College Student Views Toward Access to Public Education for Undocumented Immigrants},
  author={J. Garibay and Felisha A. Herrera and Marc P. Johnston-Guerrero and Gina A. Garcia},
  journal={Research in Higher Education},
  year={2016},
  volume={57},
  pages={601-629}
}
  • J. Garibay, Felisha A. Herrera, +1 author Gina A. Garcia
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • Research in Higher Education
  • Providing undocumented immigrants access to public education remains a pertinent issue facing both institutions of higher education and state governments. While instate resident tuition (ISRT) has remained a contentious policy, little is known about how such policies, as well as other state contexts, influence college students’ attitudes toward unauthorized immigrant students’ educational access. Using three-level multilevel models, we sought to understand how political, economic, and… CONTINUE READING
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