Focusing on how diversity iissues are addressed in adult education study programs the authors argue that diversity needs to be viewed as cross-sectional task. Instead of teaching it as singluar special issue its potential needs to be explored on all levels, especially since students of adult education study not primarily to engage in academic careers but to lead professional lives in diverse occupational settings.

Removing Barriers to Higher Education for Undocumented Students│Report released by the Policy Advocate for Generation Progress at the Center for American Progress.

Caught in unfair circumstances, undocumented students—most of them coming of age in the United States—face uncertain futures, their dreams and potential thwarted by roadblocks to higher education. Undocumented students have to navigate a complex web of federal, state, and postsecondary institution policies in order to achieve a postsecondary education. The fact that they are too often locked out of colleges, universities, and other institutions of higher education is a loss not only for them but for the country as well. This lack of access to higher education means that potential entrepreneurs, highly skilled workers, and middle-class consumers and taxpayers will not be there to grow our economy. It is up to policymakers to unblock the path to a brighter future for thousands of young, eager students and for the country as a whole.

Estudantes migrantes na UA: motivações e necessidades│Oliveira, C. (2013)│PhD Thesis. Universidade de Aveiro.

This master thesis includes a qualitative study with 11 migrant students at University of Aveiro (Portugal) from different nationalities. The reasons for choosing this University to pursue their studies, the barriers they encounter in the academic and social contexts, the lack of support services to accommodate these students are some of the themes discussed. Recommendations to tackle these issues are presented.