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NCLR Letter on the SCHIP Compromise
Letter on the SCHIP Compromise
A Quick and Easy Guide: The Appropriations and Budget Process
The poor economy, a tight federal budget, and less foundation money make engagement in the federal budget and appropriations process more critical this year.
Latino Students Ready to Succeed Infographic (Spanish)
Spanish infographic on college and career readiness
Latino Students Ready to Succeed Infographic
English infographic on college and career readiness.
Remarks by Clarissa Martínez-De-Castro, NCLR Deputy Vice President, Denouncing the Nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions as Attorney General
These remarks were provided at a press conference and rally organized by Faith in Public Life on January 30, 2017.
Urban Enterprise Zones
Urban Enterprise Zones have been proposed by Congress members and by key Reagan administration officials as a means of revitalizing deteriorating, socio-economically distressed urban neighborhoods. The enterprise zone ...
Short Answers to Common Questions about Bilingual Education
Few educational programs have been as persistently clouded by misperceptions, biased media coverage and lack of public understanding as has bilingual education. This educational approach, designed to improve both the English ...
The Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
In 1964 the Economic Opportunity Act (EOA) was passed by Congress. Enacted under the Johnson Administration, EOA was seen as one of the most controversial pieces of legislation of its time. It created the "War on Poverty" ...
California Voter Guide 2016
The University of California, Student Association and NCLR partnered on a voter education guide to help California voters learn about the 17 different propositions on this years November 8th ballot. Read more about what a ...
NCLR comments on “ESSA Guidance on Title III”
NCLR comments to US Department of Education on ESSA Guidance on Expanding Learning and ESSA guidance on Title 3.