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Latino Youth in Expanded Learning Time Programs
Over the past few years, the expanded learning time (ELT) movement has gained much momentum in the educational reform debate. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) recognizes the positive effects of ELT programs on the ...
Municipio Snapshots Series, 2006/2007
The status of children in Puerto Rico is defined by social and economic characteristics, as well as by indicators of health and education levels. Given the information gap on the status of children in the municipios, the ...
The State of Latino Children and Youth in the United States
Since 1990, the number of Latino children under age 18 living in the United States has doubled, making them one of the fastest-growing segments of the national population. This fact sheet provides a wealth of information ...
School-to-Prison Pipeline: Zero Tolerance for Latino Youth
This fact sheet examines the impact that zero-tolerance policies have had on Latino youth.
Latino Students and English Learners Fast Facts 2020
There are more than 13 million Latino students and 5 million English Learners in our nation’s public schools. Fairness and equity in education have long been core American values underlying the promise of equal opportunity ...
Arizona Latino Students & English Learners Fast Facts 2020
There are 505,584 Latino students and more than 75,000 English Learners in Arizona's public schools. Fairness and equity in education have long been core American values underlying the promise of equal opportunity in the ...