School Counselors Working With Undocumented Students
Morrison, Stephaney S.
Walley, Cynthia T.
Perez, Carolina P.
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Undocumented students and their families constitute a large segment of the U.S. population. Research has shown that these students face many obstacles, especially as it relates to their academic, socio-emotional and career/college advancement. The authors discuss the various obstacles faced by undocumented students as they pursue public K–12 education and college access. School counselors are critical to undocumented students’ success; therefore, the authors describe several strategies to use when working with this population.