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Hispanic Education Coalition Priority Programs
This table highlights education programs ranging from early learning to higher education and adult literacy initiatives that NCLR and the Hispanice Education Coalitions have identified as essential to improving the education ...
National Institute for Latino School Leaders Memorandums
The National Institute for Latino School Leaders (NILSL) is a program designed to bridge the divide between practice and policy by providing school leaders the tools they need to advocate for policies and reform efforts ...
William F. Goodling Even Start Reauthorization Recommendations
The William F. Goodling Even Start Family Literacy Program is up for reauthorization this year. As advocates for family literacy and school readiness programs, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), along with several ...
Hispanic Education Coalition FY2011 Education Budget letter
This letter addressed to President Obama outlines the Hispanic Education Coalition (HEC)'s concerns regarding education funding allocations in the fiscal year 2011 budget proposal.
Lideres Summit Code of Conduct - 18 and older
The following NCLR Líderes Summit Rules and Regulations apply to participants who are under 18 years of age. If you are under the age of 18, you are required to be accompanied by adult supervision to attend the NCLR Annual ...
Summit Flyer 2009
A core pillar of the Líderes Initiative, the NCLR Líderes Summit brings together more than 450 students, activists, and young community leaders (ages 14-25) to participate in an engag- ing and uplifting program.
NCLR Preliminary Analysis of the President’s FY2008 Budget Request
The National Council of La Raza s (NCLR) initial analysis of the President s budget shows that it fails to invest in key areas which would provide significant return on investment for Latinos and the nation as a whole.
Hispanic Education Coalition Funding Priorities FY10
The Hispanic Education Coalition (HEC) unites 26 organizations dedicated to improving educational opportunities for the nearly 50 million Latinos living in the United States and Puerto Rico.
VSP program - Easy 1,2,3 Form
Recognizing the important role that vision plays in the educational process, Vision Service Plan (VSP), a national healthcare leader in the area of eyecare services, founded the Sight for Students Program several years ago ...
LSVF: Charter Schools - Request for Proposal
Latino children, youth, and teenagers in particular are not doing as well as their non-Latino peers in public schools, with dropout rates exceeding 40%.