Report: The current state of Latino education

Excelencia in Education, a non-profit organization created to accelerate Latino student success, has unveiled the 20

Latino Education Experts Ponder Impact of Free Community College Proposal

Trends show that students of color are relying more heavily on community colleges as an “access point to low-cost, postsecondary education,” according to a recent report by the Center for American

Latino Education Gains Are Encouraging: New Report

Despite challenges, a top education group said the national data on Latino students is encouraging and shows solid growth.

New Data on Hispanic Dual Language Learners in U.S. Early Education

It’s still early in 2015, and early education remains politically hot. But as we at the Early Education Initiative often point out, early education is not a one-size cure-all.

The Condition of Latinos in Education: 2015 Factbook - Excelencia in Education

Excelencia in Education is committed to using data to inform public policy and institutional practice to achieve our mission of accelerating student success for Latinos in higher educatio

Report: Only 18% of Latino K-12 students are English language learners

In 2011, Latino students represented 24% (almost a quarter) of public school enrollment. This number is only expected to grow, with projections reaching 30% by 2023.

The Condition of Latinos in Education: 2015 Factbook

This factbook synthesizes public and national data to provide a series of one-page fact sheets to examine Latino students throughout the education pipeline. The fact sheets provide reference tools for today’s diverse stakeholders and can be used to inform data-driven discussions about their efforts to improve Latino educational achievement.

New report profiles current state of Latinos in education

A new report by a top education advocacy group details the progress Latinos have made in education attainment over the last decade as well as areas where improvement is still needed.

Latino Education Gains Are Encouraging: New Report

Despite challenges, a top education group said the national data on Latino students is encouraging and shows solid growth.

2015 California HSI Research Collaboration Conference

2015 California HSI Research Collaboration Conference

When
February 3, 2015

Deborah Santiago, COO & VP for Policy at Excelencia in Education, will participate in a panel titled, State and Federal Policy Implications for California

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