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From the Publisher"The accumulation of stories provides a vivid portrayal of the current state of Latina/os in American colleges and universities….This book is worthwhile reading for anyone who works with Latina/o students, and especially for those who are in positions to serve as mentors for Latina/os who may be considering careers in higher education."
"Anyone professionally or personally interested with the issues of educational access and Latinos will find this an exceptionally informative book."
"Far too little attention has been paid to Latinas/os in higher education. This book helps to fill this void. Of particular importance are the voices of early and mid-career Latinas/os as, far too often, we do not hear of the struggles of the lecturer or the assistant professor. What gives this book life are the direct narratives gathered from individuals at all levels of higher education."
"A penetrating, insightful piece of work, which takes us to the next phase of discovery of recruiting and retaining Latinos in higher education."
"An excellent compendium of perspectives, experiences and knowledge-based research that covers the spectrum of Latina/o access and performance in higher education."