Latino Success Stories Can Help All Students

Colleges that are looking for innovative ways to help all their students succeed should take a close look at some of the practices that have helped Latino students in particular.

͞Serving and Supporting Latino Students - at APLU Annual Conference

͞Serving and Supporting Latino Students - at APLU Annual Conference

When
November 14, 2016

Deborah Santiago, Excelencia in Education's COO and Vice President of Policy, will serve as a panelist in the Association of Public Land Grant Universities' annual conference in the sessi

The True State of Latinos/Puerto Ricans in Education

The True State of Latinos/Puerto Ricans in Education

When
October 28, 2016
Deborah Santiago, Excelencia in Education's COO and Vice President of Policy will participate in this discussion as a panelist as part of the Puerto Rican Studies Association 12th Bienn

$5M federal grant to help UIC graduate more Latino scientists, engineers

UIC has received a five-year, $5.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education affirming the designation of the university as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.

Presidents: Diversity, Inclusion Everybody’s Job on Campus

What role do presidents have to play in shaping campus policy to be inclusive of all students but particularly Hispanic students at institutions that serve a predominantly Hispanic student populat

6 Ways Latino Advocacy Has Shaped Our Education Policies

Did you know that the nation's first successful school desegregation case centered on a blond Mexican-American fifth-grader?

Experts Say Latino Student Enrollment Outpacing Faculty Growth

As more Latinos enroll in college, the number of Latinos going into the professoriate is not keeping pace, according to a recent Excelencia in Education analysis of federal data.

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