On the Wrong Side of the Tracks: Understanding the Effects of School Structure and Social Capital in the Educational Pursuits of Undocumented Immigrant Students

@article{Gonzales2010OnTW,
  title={On the Wrong Side of the Tracks: Understanding the Effects of School Structure and Social Capital in the Educational Pursuits of Undocumented Immigrant Students},
  author={R. Gonzales},
  journal={Peabody Journal of Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={85},
  pages={469 - 485}
}
  • R. Gonzales
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Peabody Journal of Education
  • Over the last few years, increasing scholarly and media attention has been paid to the plight of undocumented immigrant college students. However, only a small fraction of undocumented youth actually moves on from high school to postsecondary opportunities. Indeed, the exclusion from financial aid eligibility and low family socioeconomic status severely limit undocumented students’ ability to matriculate to institutions of higher learning. But little is known about the ways in which school… CONTINUE READING
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