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Following Their Dreams in an Inequitable System: Latino Students Share Their College Experience
In this report, we spotlight a traditional path to overcoming inequality and move up the economic ladder in our country: higher education. UnidosUS hopes to draw attention to the experience of Latino students in college ...
Latina Teachers and the “BA Challenge:” Impacts and Conditions of Increasing Requirements in Early Childhood Education
In 2018, UnidosUS conducted policy research on Latina teachers working in ECE settings operated by our Affiliate organizations. Our primary purpose was to examine the “BA Challenge,” namely: the concern that Latina ECE ...
2020 Issues Platform: A Roadmap for Stronger Communities and a Stronger America
There is no doubt that America is in the midst of multiple crises and it will take strong political leadership and unified action from all its people—including its nearly 60 million strong Latino community—to help the ...
Decade of Success for Latino Children’s Health Now in Jeopardy
After years of progress following the implementation of major coverage provisions under the ACA, the rate of uninsured Latino children decreased to a historic low of 7.7 percent in 2016. Unfortunately, progress to reduce ...
Debt, Doubt, and Dreams: Understanding the Latino College Completion Gap
Researchers at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill teamed up with UnidosUS to explore whether and how our debt-driven higher education system makes it difficult for students to finish a college program or degree. ...