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    • Latino Students and the Educational Pipeline, Part III: Pathways to the Bachelor's Degree for Latino Students 

      Scott Swail, Watson; Cabrera, Alberto A.; Lee, Chul; Williams, Adriane (The Educational Policy Institute, 2005-04-04)
      This report is one of a series of three reports on Latino students in the educational pipeline. The purpose of this series is to provide a sense of the challenges facing Latino youth compared to White youth on the pathways ...
    • Latinos in Higher Education: Many Enroll Few Graduate 

      Fry, Richard (Pew Research Center, 2002-09-05)
      This report shows that by some measures a greater share of Latinos are attending college classes than non-Hispanic whites, and yet they lag behind every other population group in obtaining college degrees, especially ...
    • The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2015: Hispanic Students 

      ACT; Excelencia in Education (ACT; Excelencia in Education, 2016)
      There is historic growth in Latino numbers entering colleges and universities in the United States, and many Latino students are making progress toward college and career readiness. Yet Latino high school students demonstrate ...
    • The Progress of Latinos in Higher Education 

      Valle, Katherine (Association of Community Colleges Trustees, 2016-02-01)
      Although the United States is touted as a country where anyone could be successful regardless of social class or national background, upward social mobility is hard to attain. Latinos in particular are a population that ...