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The State of Education for Latino Students
(The Education Trust, 2014-06-23)
The fast-growing Latino student population constitutes the largest racial or ethnic group in U.S. public schools after the white student population. And while academic achievement for Latino students has increased over ...
The State of Higher Education for Latinx in California
(The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2019-10-01)
This report analyzes the state of Latinx in California education. Specifically, this report reviews preparation, enrollment, and success in college for Latinx Californians. It also recommends actions that our policymakers ...
Citizenship, College Degrees, and Occupational Outcomes: A Comparison of Latino Immigrants and U.S. Natives at the Turn of the Century
(American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE), 2009)
Using data from the American Community Survey of the U.S. Census from 2000 to 2007, the article analyzes the occupational distribution of Latino immigrants and their associated prestige ranking by degree status in comparison ...
Degree Attainment for Latino Adults: National and State Trends
(The Education Trust, 2018-06-14)
Nationally, there are significant differences in degree attainment among Black, Latino, and White adults, but degree attainment for these groups and the attainment gaps between them vary considerably across states. In this ...
What Works for Latino Students in Higher Education 2009
(Excelencia in Education, 2009)
This compendium provides a brief summary of the three 2009 Examples of Excelencia selected, along with ten programs selected as finalists, and four programs chosen as honorable mentions.
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 ...
What’s It Worth?
(Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2015)
What’s It Worth? This report details the relationships between major, gender, race/ethnicity, and annual earnings of Hispanic students.