The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2014 – Hispanic Students provides a snapshot of academic performance for Latino high school students graduating in 2014 who took the ACT college readiness assessment. Recommendations for policy and practice to increase the college and career readiness of Latinos are also included.

This report provides recommendations on how high school counselors can work to increase the visibility of higher education options and include families in the application process to increase college access and success for Latino students.

The fact sheets in this section offer information about Latino students within the K-12 education pipeline.

These fact sheets provide information on HSIs, such as location, governance, admissions, overview, history, definition, emerging HSIs, and HSIs with graduate programs.

Early childhood education, or preschool, encompasses children up to 5 years of age. This fact sheet provides information on Latino student population, enrollment and school readiness.

This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the Hispanic population and the condition of the fast growing Latino population in education.

The fact sheets in this section offer information on Latinos throughout the higher education pipeline. Additional information is provided on selected groups within higher education.

These fact sheets highlight Latino parental involvement in education and the representation of Latinas in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.

The Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) education initiative, HIP to College, is focused on increasing educational outcomes for Latinos at every level. To inform HIP’s education initiative, Excelencia in Education prepared an education needs assessment on factors of population, college readiness, and postsecondary success for Latino...

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