Volume 5: Rural Students and Higher Education; Language Ideologies in Bilingual Education

Rural Students and Higher Education: An Overview of Challenges and Opportunities

Ashley N. Stone, MSEd

The University of Texas at Austin

Writing Rural: Critical Perspectives on Rural Students and the College Going Experience

Kathleen E. Gillon, PhD

University of Maine

“To Be There is Important”: Place-Attachment in Rural Community College Students as Motivation for Staying Local

Jesse Moon Longhurst, PhD

Southern Oregon University

Meeting Needs or Exacerbating Barriers: The Role of Ohio’s Early College Policy in Rural Students’ College Enrollment and Persistence

J. Kessa Roberts, MS

The Ohio State University

Higher Education for Rural Students in Texas: A Philanthropic Perspective

Wynn Rosser, PhD, Leslie Gurrola, T.L.L. Temple Foundation, Greater Texas Foundation

An Overview of Language Ideologies in Bilingual Education

Andrew H. Hurie, MS, Enrique David Degollado, MEd

The University of Texas at Austin

Language Ideologies in Bilingual Education Policy and Practice

Mileidis Gort, Ed.D.

University of Colorado, Boulder

The Specter of Semilingualism in the Bilingualism of Latino Students

Nelson Flores, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Dual Language Education and the Erasure of Chicanx, Latinx, and Indigenous Mexican Children: A Call to Re-imagine (and Imagine Beyond) Bilingualism

Ramón Antonio Martínez, PhD

Stanford University

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