Homeland Security had the highest percentage of Hispanics (20%) from IG offices.
From Capacity to Success: HSIs and Latino Student Success Through Title V
This brief examined the program investment of HSIs receiving federal funds under the Title V-DHSI capacity building program within a six-year period and found many of these institutions were investing in efforts linked to improving student success.
This examination of federal support for HSIs during a six-year period (2004-2009) through individual Title V-DHSI grants resulted in three critical findings that link capacity building to student success:
1. Since first recognized in federal law, both the number of HSIs and federal funding to increase the capacity of HSIs through Title V-DHSI has increased.
2. Legislative changes decreasing the number of authorized activities eligible for grant support in Title V-DHSI has improved alignment with student success efforts.
3. The choice by HSIs to concentrate on faculty development and student services using Title V-DHSI grants demonstrates a sustained focus on academic quality and student success by HSIs.
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