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Unauthorized Alien Students, Higher Education, and In-State Tuition Rates: A Legal Analysis
Currently, federal law prohibits states from granting unauthorized aliens certain postsecondary educational benefits on the basis of state residence, unless equal benefits are made available to all U.S. citizens. This ...
Undocumented Students from Mexico and State Policy Variation of Post-Secondary Education: Social and Economic Factors Affecting State Politics
(University of Miami, Scholarly Repository, 2018-03-14)
The goal of this study is to establish a greater understanding regarding variations of higher education policy implementation for undocumented students among the states in the United States. This thesis seeks to analyze ...
Subjectivity Making in Undocumented Immigrant Student Organizing
(University of California, Los Angeles, 2016)
This report explores the ways in which the deserving/undeserving immigrant binary politically targets subject for incorporation into a national neoliberal project, while excluding others. Simultaneously, the author also ...
Unauthorized Alien Students: Issues and "DREAM Act" Legislation
Unauthorized aliens in the United States are able to receive free public education through high school. They may experience difficulty obtaining higher education, however, for several reasons. Among these reasons is a ...
Undocumented Students’ Experiences With Microaggressions During Their College Choice Process
(Teachers College, Columbia University, 2016)
Although millions of undocumented students are enrolled in and guaranteed free public K–12 education, their postsecondary education opportunities are stifled. Some of the barriers encountered by undocumented students include ...
#ICEOffOurCampus: The Liability and Responsibility of Colleges and Universities for the Educational Attainment of DREAMers
(Belmont Law Review, 2020)
While sixty-five thousand undocumented students graduate high school annually,1 a dismal 49% of undocumented students drop out.2 Various laws and policies make higher education, and education generally, unattainable and ...