Harvard Educational Review
  1. Fall 2011
    Immigration, Youth, and Education
    Editors’ Introduction
    Soojin S. Oh and North Cooc
    The Power of Context
    State-Level Policies and Politics and the Educational Performance of the Children of Immigrants in the United States
    Alexandra Filindra, David Blanding, and Cynthia Garcia Coll
    Growing Up in the Shadows
    The Developmental Implications of Unauthorized Status
    Carola Suárez-Orozco, Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Robert T. Teranishi, and Marcelo M. Suárez-Orozco
    “Because We Feel the Pressure and We Also Feel the Support”
    Examining the Educational Success of Undocumented Immigrant Latina/o Students
    LAURA E. ENRIQUEZ
    Things I’ll Never Say
    Stories of Growing Up Undocumented in the United States
    INGRID HERNANDEZ, FERMÍN MENDOZA, MARIO LIO, JIRAYUT LATTHI, and CATHERINE EUSEBIO Educators for Fair Consideration
    Undocumented to Hyperdocumented
    A Jornada of Protection, Papers, and PhD Status
    AURORA CHANG
    Whose Deficit Is This Anyhow?
    Exploring Counter-Stories of Somali Bantu Refugees’ Experiences in “Doing School”
    LAURA A. ROY and KEVIN C. ROXAS
    Toward a Pedagogy of Acompañamiento
    Mexican Migrant Youth Writing from the Underside of Modernity
    ENRIQUE SEPÚLVEDA III
    Elementary Forms of Cosmopolitanism
    Blood, Birth, and Bodies in Immigrant New York City
    Maria Kromidas

    Also in this Issue

    Youth Voices: Three Questions
    KRIZTYAN ALBERTO MORENO, Esperanza Community Collegial Academy, Phoenix, Arizona
    Youth Voices: My Great Migration from Sierra Leone
    Anonymous, International High School at Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, New York
    Youth Voices: Life, Liberty, and Justice for All
    VANESSA VALLEJOS, San Gabriel, California
    Youth Voices: Alien in an Unknown World
    M. GUTIERREZ
    Youth Voices: My Canción
    ALMA HERRERA-PAZMIÑO, 11th Grade, City Arts and Technology High School, San Francisco, California
    Youth Voices: Foreigner
    CARRIE HUANG, 11th Grade, Alameda Science and Technology Institute, Alameda, California
    Youth Voices: I Have a Voice!
    MEI-HUA LI, 12th Grade, John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science,Boston, Massachusetts

  2. Book Notes

    Immigrants Raising Citizens
    Hirokazu Yoshikawa

    Balancing Acts
    Natasha K. Warikoo