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Ascarate, P. (2003). Mexican-American college students:A study of the factors influencing their academic achievement. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Alliant International University, Los Angeles, CA.
Auerbach, S. (2004). Engaging Latino parents in supporting college pathways: Lessons from a college access program. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 3: 2, p. 125-145.
Baker, T., & Velez, W. (1996). Access to and opportunity in postsecondary education in the United States. Sociology of Education 69:2, p. 82-101.
Behnke, A. O., Piercy, K. W. & Diversi, M. (2004). Educational and occupational aspirations of Latino youth and their parents. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 26: 1, p. 16-35.
Benitez, Margarita (1998). Hispanic-Serving Institutions: Challenges and
Opportunities. New Directions for Higher Education 102. p. 57-68.http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jissue/108061325
Bosque, V. (2000). A qualitative case study of academic achievement and sociocultural adjustment of Mexican American high school females. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Houston, Houston, TX.
Caldwell, L. D., & Siwatu, K. O. (2003). Promoting academic persistence in African American and Latino high school students: The educational navigation skills seminar. High School Journal 87: 1, p. 30-38.
Cantrell, J. (2002). Latinos and access to higher education: Factors that prevent pursuit of a college degree in Californias rural San Joaquin Valley. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. California State University, Fresno and University of California, Davis, CA.
Collatos, A., Morrell, E., Nuno, A., & Lara, R. (2004). Critical sociology in k-16 early Intervention: Remaking Latino pathways to higher education. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 3 :2, p. 164-179.
Cortez, M. (2002). Portraits of Hispanic females who have returned to complete their high school diplomas after dropping out. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX.
Dayton, Boualoy; Gonzalez-Vasquez, Nancy; Martinez, Carla; & Plum, Caryn (2004). Hispanic-Serving Institutions Through the Eyes of Students and Administrators. New Directions for Student Services 105. p. 29-40. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jissue/108061325 http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/108061330/PDFSTART
Delgado-Romero, E. A., Hernandez, C., & Montero, H (2004). Mapping the development of Hispanic/Latino/a student organizations: A model at the university of Florida . Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 3:3, p. 237-253.
Diaz, J. (1998). The process of social and academic integration among Latino college freshmen. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Espindola, L. (2003). What influences first-generation Latino college students to enroll in institutions of higher education. Masters Thesis of Social Work. California State University, Long Beach, CA.
Figueroa, J. (2002). Out of the neighborhood and into the ivory tower. Understanding the schooling experiences of Latino male undergraduates attending an institution of higher education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Berkley, CA.
Fuentevilla, A. (1982). Institutional articulation among three different educational levels. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
Gloria, A. M., & Rodriguez, E. R. (2000). Counseling Latino university students: Psychosociocultural issues for considerations. Journal of Counseling & Development 78:2, p. 145-154.
Gomez, J. (1998). Bicultural functioning of Hispanic and Latino college students. Unpublished Doctoral Thesis. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
Gonzalez, Kenneth; Jovel, Jennifer; & Stoner, Carla (2004). Latinas: The New Latino Majority in College. New Directions for Student Services 105. p. 17-27. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jissue/108061325 http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/108061334/PDFSTART
Gonzalez, J. (1997). Factors that make for success in Latino student persistence: A case study. Thesis. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
Gross, L. (2001). Intersections of cultural and career identity among Mexican and American college. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Michigan State University, MI.
Gurin, P., Dey, E. L., Hurtado, S., & Gurin, G. (2002). Diversity and higher education: Theory and impact on educational. Harvard Educational Review 72:3, p. 330-366.
Hamaker, M. (1986). Mexican-American Language Minority College Performance and Persistence. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
Hernandez, M. (2003). Achievement motivation and Mexican immigrant and Mexican-American college-aged students:A psychological perspective. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles, CA.
Hokanson, T. (2003). Latino student leader perceptions of social integration, academic success, and persistence on college campuses. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD.
Imayanagita, W. (2003). Acculturation barriers faced by Hispanic females on a university campus. Unpublished Maters Thesis. California State University, Long Beach, CA.
Lopez, M. (2004). The majority in the minority: expanding the representation of Latina/o faculty, administrators and students in higher education. Journal of College Student Development 45 :2, p. 253-255.
Macias, D. (1994). Variables affecting attrition and persistence among former Mexican American college students. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, TX.
Mancillas, M. (1998). A study of the influence of university/school district intervention program parental involvement and the college enrollments of Mexican-American students. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Houston, Houston, TX.
Martinez, Magadelena, & Fernandez, Edith (2004). Latinos at Community Colleges. New Directions for Student Services 105. p. 51-62. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jissue/108061325 http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/108061331/PDFSTART
McKinney, K. (2000). Three essays on Mexican American educational attainment. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Miller, S. L., & Garcia, E. E. (2004). Better informing efforts to increase Latino student success in higher education. Education and Urban Society 36:2, p. 189-204.
Mina, Liliana; Cabrales, Jose; Juarez, Cynthia; & Rodriguez-Vasquez, Fernando (2004). Support Programs That Work. NNew Directions for Student Services 105. p. 79-88. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jissue/108061325 http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/108061332/PDFSTART
Mortenson, Thomas (2000). Poverty, Race, and the Failure of Public Policy: The Crisis of Access in Higher Education. Academe 86:6 [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2000/00nd/ND00MOSE.HTM
Oliva, M., & Nora, A. (2004). College access and the k-16 pipeline: Connecting policy and practice for Latino student success. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 3:2, p. 117-124.
Ornelas, A., & Solorzano, D. G. (2004). Transfer conditions of Latina/o community college students: A single institution case study. Community College Journal of Research and Practice 28:3, p. 233-248.
Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (1998). Debatable diversity: Critical dialogues on change in American Universities. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.
Parachini, N. (1997). An outreach model for Chicana and Latina students. Unpublished Doctoral dissertation. University of Californis, Los Angeles, CA.
Ponce, P. (2002). Pioneer Chicana and Chicano doctorates: An examination of their educational Journey and Success. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Los Angeles, CA.
Riojas, B. (2001). Con ganas Mexican American women achieve. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.
Rondon, E. (1999). Main Factors that influence the attainment of the doctoral degree by Mexican-Americans. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
Salinas, A. (2002). Mexican American persistence at a Hispanic-serving institution:lessons and anomalies in a 10-year university cohort. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The University of Texas- Pan American, Edinburg, TX.
Sanchez, M. (1995). The characteristics of successful migrant Mexican-American higher Education students:A national study. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.
Santovec, M. (2004). University targets prospective Latino students in middle school. Recruitment and Retention in Higher Education 18:9, p. 1-2.
Saunders, M., & Serna, I. (2004). Making college happen: The college experiences of first-generation Latino students. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 3:2, p. 146-163.
Steffian, L. (2003). The effect of acculturation, egalitarianism, and maternal encouragement on the higher educational pursuit among Latinas in Wyoming. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Wyoming, WY.
Tanno, D. V. (2003). When education, media, and technology converge, What do Latino/a students gain? Journal of Latinos & Education 2:1, p. 39-46.
Torres, P. (2003). Factors which contribute to the success of Mexican American women in Texas higher education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Texas Southern University, TX.
Trujillo, L. (2001). Attributes of successful Mexican and Mexican American college graduates. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. California State University, Long Beach, CA.
Vara, J. (2004). Academic success among Hispanic students in Christian higher education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. School of Intercultural studies, Biola University, CA.
Velasquez, P. (1995). The integration and persistence of Chicano students in higher education: Student and institutional characteristics. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA.
Villalpando, O. (2003). Self-segreation or self-preservation? A critical race theory and Latina/o critical theory analysis of a study of Chicana/o college students. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE) 16:5, p. 619-646.
Alon, Sigal, & Tienda, Marta (2003). Hispanics and the Mismatch Hypothesis: Differentials in college graduation rates by institutional selectivity. Conference paper. American Sociological Association: Public Sociologies. August 14, 2004. http://www.npc.umich.edu/news/events/others/tienda2.pdf
Baez, Benjamin (2000). Diversity and Its Contradictions: How support for diversity in higher education can undermine social justice. Academe 86:5 [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2000/00so/SO00Baez.htm
Baez, Benjamin (2003). Outsiders Within?: Ethnic labels empower and disempower Latino faculty. Life in the borderlands of the academic community means living with new dilemmas and paradoxes. Academe 89:4. [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2003/03ja/03jadbaez.htm
Chapa, Jorge, et al (1998). The Hopwood Decision in Texas as an Attack on Latino Access to Selective Higher Education Programs. Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University. http://www.civilrightsproject.harvard.edu/research/latino97/Chapa.pdf
De Masi, Mary; Benson, Deborah; & Vega, Maritza (2004). Latino Youth in New York State: Opportunities for Higher Education. Albany, New York: New York State Council on Children and Families. http://www.ccf.state.ny.us/Hispanic/highereducation.pdf
Fry, Rick (2004). Latino Youth Finishing College: The Role Of Selective Pathways. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. June 23, 2004. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/30.pdf
Fry, Rick (2004). Latinos In Higher Education: Many Enroll, Too Few Graduate. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. September 5, 2002. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/11.pdf
Gandara, Patricia (1994). Choosing Higher Education: Educationally Ambitious Chicanos and the Path to Social Mobility. Education Policy Analysis Archives 2: 8. http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v2n8.html
Haycock, Kati (2002). Helping all students achieve: Closing the achievement gap. Covington, LA: Center for Development and Learning. http://www.mayersonacademy.org/cte/teachingtips/HELPING%20ALL%20STUDENTS%20ACHIEVE.pdf ; http://www.cdl.org/resource-library/articles/achieve_gap.php
Horn, Catherine; Flores, Stella; & Orfield, Gary (2003). Percent Plans in College Admissions: A Comparative Analysis of Three States? Experiences. Cambridge, MA: The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University. http://www.civilrightsproject.harvard.edu/research/affirmativeaction/tristate.pdf
Hudson, Lisa; Aquilino, Sally; & Kienzl, Greg (2005). Postsecondary Participation Rates by Sex and Race/Ethnicity: 1974-2003. NCES Issue Brief, March 30, 2005. Jessup, MD: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2005/2005028.pdf
Llagas, Charmaine, & Snyder, Thomas (2003). Status and Trends in the Education of Hispanics. Jessup, MD: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2003/2003008.pdf
Lowell, B. Lindsay & Suro, Roberto (2002). The Improving Educational Profile Of Latino Immigrants. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. December 4, 2002. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/14.pdf
Nevarez, Carlos (2001). Mexican Americans and Other Latinos in Postsecondary Education: Institutional Influences. Charleston, West Virginia: AEL/ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools. Online: http://www.ael.org/page.htm?&id=234&pd=res8721
Pew Hispanic Center & Kaiser Family Foundation (2004). National Survey Of Latinos. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. January 26, 2004. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/25.pdf
Quintana-Baker, Maricel (2002). A profile of Mexican-American, Puerto Rican, and other Hispanic Stem Doctorates: 1983 to 1997. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 8: p. 99-121. http://www.sacnas.org/WEBPDF/Profileofstemdoctorates.pdf
Renner, K. Edward (2003). Racial Equity and Higher Education To understand how little progress has been made in democratizing higher education, we need to change the terms of the debate. Academe 89:1 [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2003/03jf/03jfrenart.htm
Ruppert, Sandra (2003). Closing the college participation gap: A national summary. Denver: Center for Community College Policy. Education Commission of the States. www.communitycollegepolicy.org/html/Issues/access/pdf/ECSNationalReportComplete.pdf
Santiago, Deborah, & Brown, Sarita (2004). Federal Policy and Latinos in Higher Education: A Guide For Policymakers and Grantmakers. Washington, D.C.: Excelencia in Education. http://www.edexcelencia.org/pdf/FederalPolicyBrief.pdf
Santiago, Deborah, & Brown, Sarita (2004). Federal Policy and Latinos in Higher Education. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. June 23, 2004. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/32.pdf
Santiago, Deborah; Brown, Sarita; & Lopez, Estela (2003). Latinos in Higher Education: Today and Tomorrow. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning March/April 2003. http://www.edexcelencia.org/pdf/Today_Tomorrow.pdf
Stearns, Christina, & Watanabe, Satoshi (2002). Hispanic Serving Institutions: Statistical Trends from 1990 to 1999. Jessup, MD: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2002/2002051.pdf
Swail, Scott; Cabrera, Alberto; & Lee, Chul (2004). Latino Youth and the Pathway to College. Pew Hispanic Center: Research and Publications (Website). Washington, D.C.: Pew Charitable Trusts. June 23, 2004. http://pewhispanic.org/files/reports/31.pdf
Thernstrom, Abigail (2000). Diversity Yes, Preferences No: Not only is there less support for affirmative action on campus than its advocates claim, but its beneficiaries may not be gaining very much. Academe 86:5 [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2000/00so/SO00Ther.htm
Torres, Vasti (2003). Influences on Ethnic Identity Development of Latino College Students in the First Two Years of College. Project Muse [website]. Journal of College Student Development. 44:4. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_college_student_development/v044/44.4torres.pdf
Turner, Caroline Sotello Viernes (2000). New Faces, New Knowledge: As women and minorities join the faculty, they bring intellectual diversity in pedagogy and in scholarship. Academe 86:5 [AAUP]. http://www.aaup.org/publications/Academe/2000/00so/SO00Turn.htm
Vernex, G. & Mizell, L. (2001). Goal: To double the rate of Hispanics earning a bachelor's degree. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation. www.rand.org/publications/DB/DB350/DB350.pdf
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