Investigation focusing on two contexts, family and educational contexts, and adolescents’ psychosocial development in shaping undocumented and DACAmented adolescents’ educational pathways in Michigan.
Investigation exploring the college-going culture of high schools and college choice process of high school students in Hartford. It examines those perspectives of 34 high school seniors, 14 high school institutional agents, and 4 community-based organization staff members.
Study examining microaggressions undocumented students face during their college choice process, and the impact these microaggressions have on their lives.
Cross-state analysis examining how community college administrators’ personal beliefs and professional values and perceptions as policy implementers in relation to implementing state and institutional policies that affect undocumented students.
This investigation is exploring various factors that shape students’ college choice process. It is employing High School Longitudinal Study of 2009 (HSLS:09) to examine the role individual and ecological factors have in high school students’ college choice process.