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Author(s):Guillen, L
Title:Undocumented immigrant students: A very brief overview of access to higher education in California
Source:http://tcla.gseis.ucla.edu/reportcard/features/...
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Short Description:Provides a chronological perspective on college access for undocumented immigrants in California.
Annotation:This paper provides a chronological perspective on college access for undocumented immigrants in California.
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