Addressing equitable student support across marginalized college student populations
American Educational Research Association Annual Conference
April 8-12, 2016
Date of Presentation
The purpose of this session is to facilitate a dialogue on student support in higher education across different social groups and identify opportunities for education policy, curriculum and teaching to provide equitable support for all students. In an interactive panel discussion, this session will explore marginalized student experiences navigating institutional spaces, discuss current concerns with the support of disadvantaged students in higher education, and facilitate a discussion on opportunities for changes in education policy, curriculum and teaching that sustain quality leadership and provide access to high-quality educational experiences for all. Participants will leave with perspectives from a variety of higher education scholars who study and/or work with these student populations to better inform their own views and practice.
Leyva, Luis Antonio; Cho, Ah Ra; Parson, Laura; Wolf-Wendel, Lisa E.; Terosky, Aimee LaPointe; Ponjuan, Luis; Hallett, Ronald E.; and Gonzales, Leslie D., "Addressing equitable student support across marginalized college student populations" (2016). Benerd School of Education Faculty Presentations. 3.
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