A convergence of political, social, and economic changes in Latin America coupled with the labor needs of the United States have resulted in an increasing number of Hispanics migrating to the United States during the past two decades, thereby changing its demographic profile and challenging public schools and communities to provide equitable access and sound educational programs to an increasingly diverse population.Like, all of these wonderful speakers at the conference, Ia#39;m just watching them, and I see how they talk, and they are so knowledgeable about things, and you know ... Like when I see the Spanish students in the middle school... ita#39;s amazing they learn. . .and then this lady who is a student aid at the school ... I say, aquot;Thank you.
|Title||:||The Motivations and Support Systems of First-generation Hispanic Community College Female Students|
|Author||:||Beth Janine Richter|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|