BARRIERS FACED BY HISPANIC STUDENTS TRANSFERRING FROM COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO UNIVERSITY: An Ethnographic Approach
Table of Contents
List of Tables and Lists
Introduction: An Ethnographic Approach to Barriers to Transferring Hispanic Students
Chapter One: Literature on Barriers to Transfer
Chapter Two: Fipse Project Strategies
Chapter Three: The Ethnographic Method
Chapter Four: Fipse Student Case Studies
Chapter Five: Classroom Observations of Transfer Barriers
Chapter Six: Suggestive Recommendations for Policy and Practice
Chapter Seven: Recommendations for Future Research
Appendix: Course Syllabus: "Cultural Studies"
The Genealogy Project
A careful analysis compiled from six case studies of factors that impede educational success among Hispanic high school graduates going on to college. For the first time in this collected volume of six case studies, scholars will be able to find out the subjective reasons why Hispanic students drop out of college at a higher rate than any other racial or ethnic group. Filled with qualitative and quantitative analysis, this text provides evidence and gives a brief, but narrow entranceway into the lives of Hispanic college students. Whether or not community college is the right path to take for s.