Latino college success does not begin at the entrance to the college campus. “Every educational experience from early childhood to high school and into the workforce influences the potential for success,” says Sarita Brown, president of Excelencia in Education which recently released its 2015 factbook on Latino student educational achievement. The factbook offers a national snapshot of Latino participation in all stages of education, from early childhood programs to doctoral studies. As Brown states, the factbook provides a comprehensive analysis of all aspects of Latino learning because it is necessary to “look critically at the entire educational pipeline.”
The new publication, The Condition of Latinos in Education: 2015 Factbook, was distributed earlier this year. The authors of the brief are Deborah A. Santiago, chief operating officer and vice president for policy at Excelencia in Education, Emily Calderon Galdeano, the director of research, and Morgan Taylor, research analyst.
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