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Why Getting Latino Voter Exit Polling Right Matters
When it comes to Latino voters, the national voter exit polls—and many polls throughout the election cycle—remain consistently off-the-mark. On October 17, 2016, NCLR held a briefing on this topic, featuring detailed ...
Dynamics of the Latino Electorate: Shaping the 2016 Election
Slides from a roundtable discussion held on September 8, 2016, include presentations by Sylvia Manzano, Principal at Latino Decisions; Maria Urbina, Vice President of Politics and National Campaigns at Voto Latino; and ...
Working with State Education Policymakers for ESSA
PowerPoint with the Aspen Institute on Every Student Succeeds Act implementation
Is Your Organization Ready for the Updated Overtime Pay Rule?
On May 18, 2016, the Department of Labor (DOL) expanded the overtime rule to include more employees. This means over 4 million new workers will now be eligible for overtime if they work more than 40 hours a week. Will your ...
Parent and Family Engagement in ESSA
Powerpoint presentation on the Every Student Succeeds Act
Community Efforts Transforming the Local Food Environment for Latinos
Recently conducted webinar on healthy food access in Latino communities that I would like to make available online.
How Will Health Care Impact The 2018 Latino Vote?
Key findings from quantitative research conducted June and July 2018
Advancing Latino and English Learner Student Success in Arizona
UnidosUS believes that every child should graduate high school ready for college and career. In order to reach this goal it is essential that there be an elimination of achievement gaps and educational disparities by ...
Opinion Poll: Plurality of Latinos Say GOP Tax Law Increased Their Taxes
Findings from a national public opinion poll found Latino adults felt little benefit from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, believing it mostly benefited the wealthy and corporations.
The State of the Latino Vote