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From the Publisher...furthers our understanding of the causes and the challenges of isolated-geographically, demographically, and socially-students ... It is a must for any teacher, leader, or researcher who aspires to be a 'dreamkeeper' for students in our society.— Educational Administration Quarterly
"This book gives voice, in a most respectful and skilled manner, to nine Latino students who dropped out of school. Their dreams were shattered as they encountered educators and school systems that were unprepared at best or unwilling at worst to address their needs. This book is invaluable for teachers and administrators who work with Latino students."— Gisela Ernst-Slavit, Washington State University
"The Latino population will continue to grow at a record pace, and we must do something to address the dropout problem. This book provides concrete and practical suggestions for schools to consider implementing."— Janet López, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill"