Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Many migrant families working in the Monterey Bay areas have to move from one place to another, so their children are considered to be migrant students. The majority of these families migrate to California so their children can continue their education with the support of their teachers. There are existing programs at the national, local and university level to support migrant students. These programs provide the migrant students with the resources needed to succeed in their education. They provide tutors for migrant students in their classroom as well as one-on-one service to them throughout the school year. This senior capstone research project examines the role of teachers in empowering migrant students in their education. The findings revealed that teachers have been an important part in students' success through a literature review, data collection from three interviews, one observation and a survey for Mini Corp Tutors.
Fragosa, Maricruz, "Role of Teachers In Empowering Migrant Students in Their Education" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1642.