Surveying the Landscape of Post-secondary Options and Support for Undocumented Students in the Pacific Northwest: A View From One State’s School Counselors
Undocumented students, school counselors, immigrant youth, post-secondary options, advocacy
Now more than ever, supportive practices and policies are needed to bolster the opportunities, safety, and future of undocumented students. K-12 school counselors and educators who aim to support the college and career readiness of undocumented youth need to be well informed and prepared to adequately address requests for guidance by students and families. This article seeks to uncover the primary areas of need, support, and resources identified by school counselors in one Pacific Northwest state in order to optimize post-secondary options and success.
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Torres, Danielle and Favela, Alejandra
"Surveying the Landscape of Post-secondary Options and Support for Undocumented Students in the Pacific Northwest: A View From One State’s School Counselors,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 17
, Article 5.