Although strides have been made in the past 10 years and Latino male college enrollment has increased by 75 percent, they still lag behind their peers in both enrollment and completion.
Pathway programs align academic and student support services through transitions between educational institutions, which can increase students’ persistence to degree attainment.
Research suggests that diversity on campus—both student diversity and faculty diversity—benefits all students by providing diverse perspectives and expanding cultural competencies for all students
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degrees are a key focus for many communities to address workforce needs.
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College Assistance Migrant Programs (CAMP) are federally funded programs serving students from farmworker backgrounds.
With many Latinos enrolled in community colleges in Texas, understanding the pathways and transfer in the state can guide policy efforts.
Latinos are a young and fast growing population in education, but there are also opportunities to address the educational attainment of adults.
Financial aid is critical to the access and success of Latinos in postsecondary education – 50% receive federal Pell grants to help pay for college.
Sarita Brown, President of Excelencia in Education, will participate in this event as a panelist for a discussion that will focus on the role educators, employers, entrep