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Voices yet to be heard : the educational journeys of older Latino\a undergraduates
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
With this cross-cultural qualitative study, I sought to understand older Latino\as' undergraduate experiences on predominantly white, non-Hispanic campuses in the Midwest. The eight participants, ages 35-50, were evenly ...
Socio-cultural and school barriers that Latino Spanish-speaking and Mixteco-speaking families with a preschool child with autism experienced in the special education referral process in Santa Barbara County, California
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2022)
According to multiple studies, a referral process bias exists in the early identification of autism for children of color, in particular Latino children. Sociocultural, economic, educational, and health care barriers have ...