Hispanic Americans

Hispanic Americans

Campus of CUNY's Lehman College.
Jun 15, 2022
A new Economic Mobility Index highlights postgraduation outcomes of colleges that serve high numbers of low-income students.

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June 2, 2015
The country's only LCME accredited  for-profit medical school is working to increase the number of bilingual and multicultural physicians in the U.S.
September 11, 2014
A new study suggests that giving public research university boards in Texas the power to set tuition helped raise prices and suppress Hispanic enrollment.
October 2, 2013
Latino students need colleges and states to focus on completion as well as access, and to reform remedial education, Colorado's lieutenant governor tells fellow educators.
July 22, 2013
Student sues Pima Community College, claiming she was suspended for objecting to students using Spanish instead of English in class.
June 25, 2013
Supreme Court's decision produces a mixed but muted reaction among students at the University of Texas at Austin, with many expecting a more definitive ruling.
August 20, 2012
The Obama administration's policy to allow work permits for some students whose parents came to the U.S. illegally may have little direct impact on higher education, but colleges are helping students pursue the new status.
August 5, 2011
CUNY initiatives to teach life skills and provide educational opportunities to young men will be a part of New York City mayor's new high-profile push to address racial disparities.
May 24, 2011
Georgetown College in Kentucky will attempt what may well be a first: a postsecondary foreign language immersion option for its general education courses.
April 1, 2011
Illinois librarians say deep ethnographic research is the best way to learn how to serve Latino students.
March 10, 2011
Between 2005 and 2022, the number of Hispanic public high school graduates in the United States is projected to increase by 88 percent, while the number of white high school graduates is expected to decline by 15 percent. And in 2008, only 19 percent of Hispanics ages 25 years and up had earned a postsecondary degree, compared with 29 percent of black young adults and 39 percent of white ones, according to a new report to be issued today by Excelencia in Education.

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