School counselors working with undocumented students
Undocumented students and their families constitute a large segment of the U.S. population. Research has shown that these students face many obstacles, especially as it relates to their academic, socio-emotional and career/college advancement. The authors discuss the various obstacles faced by undocumented students as they pursue public K–12 education and college access. School counselors are critical to undocumented students’ success; therefore, the authors describe several strategies to use when working with this population.
Morrison, Stephaney; Whalley, Cynthia T.; Perez, Carolina P.; Rodriguez, Sarai; Halladeen, Indra; and Burdier, Vanessa, "School counselors working with undocumented students" (2015). School of Education and Human Development Faculty Publications. 173.
Morrison, Stephaney S., Cynthia T. Walley, Carolina P. Perez, Sarai Rodriguez, Indra Halladeen, and Vanessa Burdier. "School counselors working with undocumented students." VISTAS 2016 http://hdl.handle.net/10919/86973