In preparation for the April 28th Policy Forum for Latino College Completion, the following documents are available for download below:Policy Forum Agenda Participant Roster Policy Brief: Taking Stock: Higher Education and Latinos
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In the Spring of 2009, two students were selected from Youth Build, a program supported by the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) in Washington, D.C. to serve as the Excelencia in Education Ambassadors. As Excelenica Ambassadors, Elsa Perez and Bayron Garcia served as representatives of Excelencia in Education on Capitol Hill for various events and activities....
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ALASS began with a Latino Student Success (LSS) project series engaged campus teams at twelve institutions representing three states with different policies governing colleges in their higher education system. The goal of the series was to examine institutional data and practices that address Latino student success. Each institution has a unique history, distinctive service areas, and diverse...