For the first time ever, non-Hispanic Whites are projected to make up less than 50 percent of the U.S. K-12 public school population.
It would be easy for Sarita Brown to be a pessimist.
Excelencia in Education will serve as a sponsor for this conference being presented by The Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
The number of 2012-13 Emerging HSIs (defined as institutions with 15-24% undergraduate full-time equivalent Hispanic enrollment); 35% were public 2-year institutions and 38% were private not-for-pr
Percent of Latinas, age 25 and older, who have at least a bachelor degree compared to 14% Latino male.
In Fall 2012, the percent of Latino high school graduates enrolled in college the Fall immediately after high school graduation.
The percentage of the Latino population, age 25 and older, with at least a high school diploma or GED.
The Latino population living in California, Florida, and Texas.
The population of U.S. children under the age of 5 who were Latino.
The Latino graduate student population in Fall 2012.
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