From structural inequities to speaking out: Youth participatory action research in college access collaborations
This article describes how a youth participatory action research project (YPAR) supported an ongoing university-community partnership between a university and the local public school community. In 2010, an “academy”, a college access and success program for high school youth developed through this partnership, initiated a YPAR project to study the challenges that limited-income, first-generation, and minority students faced on their path to college. The authors describe the positive outcomes of YPAR, as well as the struggles faced by the project.
Pyne, K. B., Scott, M. A., & Long, D. T. (2013). From structural inequities to speaking out: Youth participatory action research in college access collaborations. PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement, 2(1), 51-70. Full Text.
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