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Refugee Access to Higher Education


Racial disparities in educational access and attainment pervade the US context, directly affecting individual and community health, wealth, and well-being. Displaced learners – refugee, asylee, parolee, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders –contend with the burden of exclusionary education policies at federal, state, and local levels. Further, displaced learners pursuing postsecondary training navigate migration, labor, and human services policies that fail to center their learning experience. Our research considers the intersection of refugee resettlement agencies, higher education institutions, and the experiences of displaced learners.

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