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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between Dominican and Puerto Rican students’ learning style. Findings of the study demonstrated differences between the learning preferences of Dominican and Puerto Rican students in the elements of Motivation ( t = 2.846, p = .005),...
The purpose of the qualitative study using a phenomenological approach was to gain insight of preservice teachers’ experiences with a WebCT seminar designed to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in a Hispanic-Serving Institution’s teacher education program. By applying a...
Using community cultural wealth through the lens of Latino critical race theory, this article will focus on the experiences told by eight Latino migrant farmworkers students about their first year of college. It describes how the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) was influential in...
This article examines the psychological and sociological impacts of the proposed Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act and in-state tuition legislation on DREAM-eligible students in the Midwestern United States. The researchers sought to capture the lived experiences of...
Hispanics’ earnings remain below those of Whites, even after controlling for educational attainment. This article explores the effect of college major on estimated starting salaries of White and Hispanic bachelor’s-degree recipients from Connecticut colleges and universities. Results indicate...
This study explored perceptions of Latino paraprofessionals 10 years after completion of a program that provided financial, academic, and social support to help them complete their bachelor’s degrees and teaching credentials. Findings indicated that they valued education for themselves and...
By examining Hispanic students both currently and formerly enrolled at a private, Hispanic-serving Institution located in the Southwestern region of the United States, this study attempts to understand the factors that lead to Hispanic undergraduate persistence to graduation. Adapting...
How Mexican American college students perceive responsibility for parental care is important as Mexican American elders’ numbers increase. The authors applied mixed methods to investigate the impact of gender and biculturalism within this group. Two hundred and eighty-six Mexican American...
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