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Closed Doors Black and Latino Students Are Excluded from Top Public Universities
(Center for American Progress, 2016-10-01)
Black and Latino students are underrepresented in the country’s most selective public research universities, according to a report from the Center for American Progress. As many as 193,000 Black and Latino students would ...
Finding Your Workforce: The Top 25 Institutions Graduating Latinos
(Excelencia in Education, 2012-03-01)
Drawing attention on the institutions graduating many Latinos in postsecondary education is a simple way to link the college completion goals of the U.S. with the workforce needs of the country. This first brief in the ...
Los Caminos: Latino/a Youth Forging Pathways in Pursuit of Higher Education
(American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE), 2011)
This paper aimed to address the following broad research questions: What are the experiences that influence Latino students’ pathways into or away from higher education? How are educators responding to the Latinization of ...
State of Higher Education for Latinx in California
(The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2018-11-01)
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 ...
A Commentary About the Black and Latino Doctoral Experience in the United States
(Academic Leadership Journal, 2011-01-01)
In an increasingly diverse and global society, it is imperative that doctoral education be pursued and completed by more diverse students. Currently, there is a significant disparity in doctoral degree completion, which ...
Latinos in Higher Education: Compilation of Fast Facts
(Excelencia in Education, 2019-04-01)
This report points out Latino educational achievement in the last 15 years. This compilation begins with an overview of Latino college students followed by Latinos in higher education along the following four issue areas: ...
Latinos and Higher Education
(The Campaign for College Opportunity, 2012-03-01)
Over half of the children attending public schools in California today are Latino. In a few years, Latinos will comprise almost half of the college-age population; however, they are critically underrepresented in the state’s ...
When Affirmative Action is Banned, Minority Applicants to College Have a Harder Time – Even in Neighboring States
(Scholars Strategy Network, 2014-01-01)
The consideration of race as one factor in college admissions was once legally acceptable all over the United States – as codified in the landmark Supreme Court ruling in the 1978 Bakke case. Over the last fifteen years, ...
Latinos, Student Debt, and Financial Security
Over the past 15 years, states have made deep cuts to their funding for higher education, causing tuition to rise rapidly, and household incomes have failed to keep up. As a result, student debt has skyrocketed, quintupling ...
Accelerated Learning and Financial Aid Associated with Positive Academic Outcomes for Hispanic First Generation College
This report compares several college outcomes between Hispanic first generation college students (FGCS) and Hispanic non-FGCS.