A Fall 2016 Journal of Applied Research in the Community College
Volume 23, No. 2, Fall 2016
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Since 1993, the Journal of Applied Research in the Community College (JARCC) has served the institutional research and planning professionals in community colleges. We are now expanding that focus to include feature articles relating to the integration of research and theory to practice in all aspects of community college education. This semiannual, peer-reviewed journal provides an intellectual space to communicate innovative practices that support educational decision-making at the institutional, state and national levels.
JARCC is published by the San Diego State University Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership and Community College Leadership Alumni Chapter.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume 23, Number 2, Spring 2016
From the Guest Editors: Marissa Vasquez Urias and Stephanie Mathew
Untapped Potential: Improving Latino Males Academic Success in Community Colleges
By Luis Ponjuan and Susana Hernandez
Engaging Latino Men in Community Colleges: The Role of Student-Faculty Interactions
By Sarah L. Rodriguez, Kristine Massey, and Victor B. Saenz.
Retaining Latino Males in Community Colleges: A Structural Model Explaining Sense of Belonging through Socio-Academic Integration
By Hugo A Garcia and Tiberio Garza
Strategies for Navigating Financial Challenges among Latino Male Community College Students: Centralizing Race, Gender, and Immigrant Generation
By Elvira J. Abrica and Eligio Martinez, Jr
Latino Men in Two-Year Public Colleges: State-Level Enrollment Changes and Equity Trends over the Last Decade
By Deryl K. Hatch, Crystal E. Garcia, and Victor B. Saenz
Managing Expectations and Striving to Succeed: A Portrait of a Latino Male Students Experience in an Early College High School
By Taryn Ozuna Allen
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