How Latino Students Fare at Selective Colleges

May 12, 2016

Latino students who attend highly selective colleges and universities graduate at significantly higher rates than their peers at other institutions, but just 12 percent of Latino students attend such colleges, according to a new report from Excelencia in Education. The report examines why students fare as they do at those institutions (hint: it has a lot to do with money) and recommends strategies colleges can adopt to improve the success of Latino students.

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