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Association of Mexican American Educators Journal
Race and immigrant generation are among the most important factors that shape educational opportunities and outcomes in U.S. society. While sociological researchers point to downward mobility after the second generation among Mexican-Americans, there is limited empirical attention to the role that generational status may play in shaping post-secondary educational experiences and outcomes. Drawing on the under-utilized Undergraduate States of Passage Model advanced by Yosso (2006), this studydoi:10.24974/amae.13.1.437 fatcat:vvpjtfvrobc5pbkmk7u2l6zgmq