special perspective on the loss of a homeland by focusing on the experience of Latino youth. It illustrates the personal meaning of cultural and economic mar-ginality for Mexican origin stu-dents within the U.S. educa-tional system that extends well beyond the immigrant genera-tion. By listening to the stories of young high school students and their families, the authors reveal how the culture of Mexi-can youth interacts with a school system that fails to integrat

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