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Principles for the Federal Role in Higher Education
The Higher Education Act (HEA), at its core, is a civil rights act. Reauthorization of the law, in part or as a whole, must maintain that foundational purpose. The HEA has long helped more Americans, especially those in ...
Work Requirements Will Hurt Latino Families Most
Despite the clear benefits of federal programs, congressional Republican leadership and President Trump aim to make it harder for people to stay healthy and keep working. For example, in addition to proposed budget cuts, ...
Latino Homeownership Hanging in the Balance: Why Latinos are Denied Mortgages
Examining mortgage denial rates and reasons can help policymakers and the public identify unequal lending patterns in the housing market. This information, along with the type of loans made, changes in the number of loans, ...
Federal Programs Lift Millions of Latinos Out of Poverty
For more than 50 years, anti-poverty programs have helped support working families when times are tough, or their wages are too low for them to be able to make ends meet. These programs are collectively known as the “social ...