Schooling experiences of Latina students living at the intersections of ethnicity, gender, and immigration

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Abstract

Based on a critical quantitative intersectionality framework, this study examines the relationship between Latinx students’ multiple intersecting social categorizations (i.e., gender, ethnicity, and immigration status) and their experiences and educational aspirations. This study focuses on students’ exposure to high-quality teachers as the schooling experience. I use students’ intention to enter higher education as a measure of educational aspirations. Copyright © 2018 32nd Annual University Council for Educational Administration Convention.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2018

Citation

Jang, S. T. (2018, November). Schooling experiences of Latina students living at the intersections of ethnicity, gender, and immigration. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual University Council for Educational Administration Convention: Our Mission Critical: Revolutionizing the Future Through Equitable Educational Leadership, Research, and Practice, Marriott Marquis Houston, Houston, TX, USA.

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