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Group Analyzes Initiatives to Help Latino Students

Group Analyzes Initiatives to Help Latino Students
October 2, 2013

A student employment program placing students at jobs linked to their field of study, a pharmacy program targeting students from underserved communities and a campuswide math remediation program aimed to reduce completion time for students earning associate degrees are among the initiatives proven to increase Latino students’ success.

Excelencia in Education, a nonprofit that works to accelerate Latino student success in higher education, released the 2013 edition of “What Works for Latino Student Success in Higher Education,” which highlights 22 evidence-based initiatives at the associate, bachelor and graduate levels that increase achievement for Latino students.

Excelencia in Education identified bilingual education programs, access to opportunity programs, and partnerships as three areas that can improve Latino student success.

 

 

 

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