Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Economic Development Issues of Special Importance to Hispanics
Hispanics have a special interest in economic development, because it offers a means for improving the physical and social quality of life in Hispanic communities, increasing the number and success of Hispanic businesses, ...
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" ...
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.
Self-Assessment on Hispanic Corporate Recruitment
The self-assessment is designed to help you review your organization's current role in Hispanic corporate recruitment, and to identify ways in which you might want to change or increase your efforts.