Latino(a) Students and Caucasian Mentors in a Rural After-School Program: Towards Empowering Adult-Youth Relationships
Wilmington, DE: Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Journal of Community Psychology v.33 n.1, January 2005, 31-40 pages
High rates of immigration, especially from Latin America, have created a large population of immigrant youth, many of whom are having difficulty in American schools. This project aims to assist in empowering students to find academic success and to foster a more bicultural identity. (Description summarized from source).
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