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Toward a Common Future: Latino Teens and Adults Speak Out
This survey was conducted to enhance the growing body of research on the beliefs and attitudes of Latinos regarding teen relationships, sexual activity, and related issues.
Keeping the Dream Alive: Resource Guide for Undocumented Students
This handbook is designed for school counselors, student advocates, and secondary students, in particular those who are undocumented. Although the legislative information provided varies by state, the generic academic, ...
Comer Bien: The Challenges of Nourishing Latino Children and Families
Latino families, like millions of others across the United States, do their best to put nutritious food on their tables every day, but the healthiest foods are too often unaffordable or inaccessible. Many Americans struggle ...
Counting Latino Youth in the Illinois Juvenile Justice System
The report details the inadequacy of information on Hispanic youth, who constitute one of the fastest-growing segments of the population, and highlights this lack of data as a major barrier to developing strategies and ...
Speaking Out: Latino Youth on Discrimination in the United States
This study shows that Latino youth in the U.S. experience pervasive stereotyping based on assumptions about their ethnicity. This report looks at the perceptions and experiences of Latino teenagers in settings as varied ...
Preschool Education: Delivering on the Promise for Latino Children
Latino student achievement has emerged as a central issue in education reform debates. After decades of neglect and disregard for the persistent disparities faced by these students, this attention is both welcome and long ...
Plugged In: Positive Development Strategies for Disconnected Latino Youth
Educational attainment is one of the strongest predictors of future earnings. However, for 42 percent of the country's Latino youth, this traditional pathway to economic mobility is fraught with challenges. This report ...
A Burden No Child Should Bear: How the Health Coverage System Is Failing Latino Children
More than one in five (22.1%) Hispanic children is uninsured—nearly three times the rate of non-Hispanic White children (7.3%). Because health coverage has been shown to improve children's access to timely care, the ...
Latino Family Engagement in After-School Programs
Recognizing the opportutnies that after-school programs hold for disadvantaged students, NCLR conducted a national study to examine the landscape of after-school programming for Latino students.
Paying the Price: The Impact of Immigration Raids on America’s Children
This report by the National Council of La Raza and the Urban Institute, details the consequences of immigration enforcement operations on children's psychological, educational, economic, and social well-being. The report ...