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What Works for Latino Students in Higher Education 2013
(Excelencia in Education, 2013)
This compendium contains a summary of the three 2013 Examples of Excelencia, the fifteen finalist programs, and the give honorable mention programs making a positive difference in the educational achievement of Latino ...
The State of Higher Education in California: The Economic and Social Imperative for Advancing Latino College Achievement
(The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2013-11-01)
The Latino population in California is large, growing rapidly, and on its way to attaining majority status in less than 40 years. However, Latino college-degree attainment is low, despite a significant increase in college ...
Separate & Unequal: How Higher Education Reinforces the Intergenerational Reproduction of White Racial Privilege
(Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2013-07-01)
The American postsecondary system is a dual system of racially separate and unequal institutions despite the growing access of minorities to the postsecondary system. Affluent white students as well as prestige seeking ...
Assessing Opportunities to Implement the Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) to College Initiative
(Excelencia in Education, 2013-08-01)
The Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) education initiative, HIP to College, is intended to develop local networks of funders to support the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s College Ready Education and Postsecondary Success ...
Toward a Latino Attainment Agenda: Shaping Our Own Destiny
(Educational Testing Service, 2013-03-28)
This report illustrates valuable insights, making it compelling reading for anyone interested in education policy, reform and, in particular, the future of Latinos in the United States education system. The data and the ...
APLU: Committed to Latino Student Success
(Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, 2013-08-01)
The Latino community has experienced unprecedented growth in the United States in the past five decades, yet a limited proportion of Latinos are accessing colleges and universities, and even fewer are completing their ...