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NCLR Opposes Nomination of Betsy DeVos as the Next U.S. Secretary of Education
Letter sent by NCLR to the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions.
What Can Hispanics and Community-Based Organizations expect from JTPA?
Discussion on the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), and what Hispanics and Community-Based Organizations can expect moving forward.
NCLR: A History of Impact
NCLR traces its origins to the civil rights movement of the mid-20th century, particularly the early years of school and housing desegregation.
NCLR comments on “ESSA Guidance on Expanding Early Learning”
NCLR comments to US Department of Education on ESSA Guidance on Expanding Learning and ESSA guidance on Title 3.
Students Can't Wait
The Students Can’t Wait resources were created to equip state and local advocates with information to advocate for equity and achievement in the implementation of the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The resources ...
Tools for Practitioners: How to Incorporate Games into Your Parent Meetings
These supplemental materials complement a set of videos for practitioners on how to teach parents four unique games to play at home to reinforce learning in math and literacy.
Remarks by Janet Murguía, NCLR President And CEO, Regarding the Nomination of U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions as Attorney General
These remarks were provided in a press briefing organized by The Leadership Conference on January 6, 2017.
National Poll Measures Latino Workers’ Experiences Regarding Health, Safety, and Wage Issues
Topline results of a poll conducted by NCLR and Latino Decisions. On behalf of NCLR, Latino Decisions interviewed 700 Latino registered voters currently in the workforce. The study was conducted between May 12-25, 2017.
NCLR Letter Opposing AHCA
On March 21, 2017 this letter was sent to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi urging them to oppose the American Health Care Act.
National Poll Shows Latino Voters Strongly Support Financial Reforms and Consumer Protections
Topline results of a poll conducted by NCLR and Latino Decisions. On behalf of NCLR, Latino Decisions interviewed a total of 1,000 Latino registered voters between May 12 and May 25, 2017. The survey carries a margin of ...