Navigating around educational road blocks: Mentoring for Pre-K to 20+ Latino/a students
Institutional disadvantages at every educational level for Latinos/as create a shortage of Latino/a professionals, which in turn creates a paucity of mentors for the fastest-growing student population. This review examines peer-reviewed literature focused on mentoring Latinos/as from Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) through professional settings, which is also known as the Pre-K to 20+ Pathway. Because of challenges in measuring program outcomes and the informal nature in which many mentoring relationships for Latinos/as take place, methodological limitations within the current Latino/a mentoring literature exist. Findings should be viewed with cautious optimism, but indeed as the foundation for establishing a more robust body of knowledge.
April M. Schueths Dr.. "Navigating around educational road blocks: Mentoring for Pre-K to 20+ Latino/a students" Latino Studies 10.4 (2012): 566-586.doi:10.1057/lst.2012.43