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Collaboratives: Helping Hispanic Students Succeed
(National Education Association, 1995)
Minority cultures represent an invaluable human resource within American society. To reap the full benefit of cultural diversity, however, some crucial and pervasive problems within the educational system need to be solved. ...
The Educational Progress of Hispanic Students: Findings from the Condition of Education 1995
(U.S. Department of Education, 1995-09-01)
Education has always been seen as one means of upward mobility, especially for those who are socially and economically disadvantaged. Hispanic children are likely to be at an educational disadvantage relative to whites for ...
Community College Faculty
(National Education Association, 1995-06-01)
In only a generation community colleges grew from a few institutions to a major sector of postsecondary education by providing nearly universal access. Currently 1,024 community colleges hire over a quarter million faculty ...
The Educational Progress of Women
(U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement; National Center For Education Statistics, 1995-11-01)
Over the past two decades, women have made substantial educational progress. The large gaps between the educational levels of women and men that were evident in the early 1970s have essentially disappeared for the younger ...