7 edition of The Latina/o Pathway to the Ph.D. found in the catalog.
by Stylus Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Melba Vasquez (Foreword), Hector Garza (Foreword), Jeanett Castellanos (Editor), Alberta M. Gloria (Editor), Mark Kamimura (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||286|
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The under-education of Latina/o youth begins early. Given that by twelfth grade half will drop out or be Cited by: By reviewing the pipeline from kindergarten through university, this book provides the needed data and insights to effect change for policy makers, administrators, faculty, and staff; and material for reflection for aspiring Latina/o Ph.D.s on the paths they have taken and the road : $ The Latina/O Pathway to the Ph.D.: Abriendo Caminos Book Review This publication may be worth purchasing.
I am quite late in start reading this one, but better then never. It is extremely difficult to leave it before concluding, once you begin to read the book. (Cassandra Von) THE LATINA/O PATHWAY TO THE PH.D.: ABRIENDO CAMINOS - To save The. The Latina o Pathway to the Ph.D.: Abriendo Caminos Melba Vasquez, Hector Garza, Jeanett Castellanos, Alberta M.
Gloria, Mark Kamimura The Latina/o population constitutes the largest racial and ethnic minority group in the U.S. and is disproportionately under-represented in college and in graduate programs. Get this from a library. Latina/o pathway to the ph.d. COVID Resources.
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The Latina/o Ph. pipeline: a case of historical and contemporary under-representation / Frances E. Contreras, Patricia Gándara Latinas and the doctorate: the "status" of attainment and experience from the margin / Tara Watford [and others] -- 8.
A major goal of this book is to offer diverse perspectives on the Latina/o doctoral experience and to serve as a resource for students, faculty, and administrators.
The Latina/o Pathway to the Ph.D. provides a comprehensive overview of Latina/o education. The authors recognized that the educational pipeline at all levels must first be examined. The Latina/o population constitutes the largest racial and ethnic minority group in the U.S.
and is disproportionately under-represented in college and in graduate programs. This is the first book specifically to engage with the absence of Latinas/os in doctoral studies.
It proposes educational and administrative strategies to open up the pipeline, and institutional practices to ensure.
The Latina/o pathway to the Ph.D.: abriendo caminos / edited by Jeanett Castellanos, Alberta M. Gloria and Mark Kamimura ; forewords by Melba Vasquez and Hector Garza. Format Book Edition 1st ed.
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